What is a "Green" occupation? There are new and emerging jobs in addition to existing jobs that may be considered "Green" or containing "Green" aspects such as new materials, methods, products, and services. The new "Green" occupational guides provide detailed job descriptions, working conditions, career paths, and information regarding new or additional training/certification needed by employees within these occupations.
Green Occupational Guides
Green Occupational Guides in Spanish
Green Transportation Industry Occupational Guides
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