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The Green Life: Green Your Job: Finding Work Opportunities

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April 09, 2009

Green Your Job: Finding Work Opportunities

There's a better way to find a green job Whether you work full-time, part-time, or are looking for a job, we've got tips for reducing your environmental impact at work. This week we're showing you how to turn your career into a green job.

Tip #4: Seek Green Jobs

If you're unemployed, there are plenty of online resources available to help you find a job that will benefit both your wallet and the planet. Many respected environmental Web sites like Treehugger, Grist, and Care2 post ecofriendly employment opportunities. The Green Collar Blog features a list of green job boards. Reduce your paper trail by posting your resume online and using social-networking sites to make connections.

Share your tips: How can people connect with green jobs?

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