The WikiLeaks story has drawn a lot of attention to the vulnerability of countries and companies to cyber attacks and espionage. The critical issues for the government, utilities and other infrastructure owners is recruiting and hiring competent professionals to handle these threats.
The NBC news channels are doing special reports called “Education Nation” which are focusing on education in America. Those who know me know that I am a huge supporter of science education and I thought this would be a perfect time to shed some light on how education will affect the jobs in the Green, Environmental and Infrastructure career fields
The Smart Grid is a core component of the alternative energy strategy. Without it, the whole point of new energy development is lost. There will be good opportunities for those who are looking for potential job opportunities with the Grid. read more
Information Security professionals (CISSP) will play an integral part in the green economy. Not only will they protect the SMART grid from the usual enemies of a network (viruses, worms and other malware) but they will also have a key role in national security
America has a shortage of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) professionals. As the stimulus package takes effect, companies will need these technical professionals to have well rounded skills and the ability to produce results. If you are looking to get hired early in the American economy’s upswing, it is vitally important that your resume showcases your achievements, experience and skills in at least three of the following five skill areas: