Special Report:How to Leverage Your Volunteer Disaster and Oil Spill Experience Into A New Career

The Louisiana Oil Spill clean up could spawn thousands of temporary disaster recovery jobs. If you follow these important steps you may be able to leverage this experience into a new environmental career.


The Best of Hinton Human Capital Blog 2009

As you know, economic recovery is not a speedy process but there are positive signs that things are changing. The whole premise of our articles and blog is to tell the public about jobs , certifications and licenses and job search strategy which will help position them for success. Read more of our picks for 2009

9 Encouraging Things to Say to Discouraged Jobseekers

How do you encourage someone who has lost hope of finding a job? What do you say them?


The week of July 13 was the turning point in the economy. Wall Street analysts and economists have declared the recession over. Their calls were based on a confluence of economic data which showed signs of growth in the coming months. Of course like all of you, we wanted to know how these declarations translate into jobs and what should a person do to jump start their job search. Read more…

6 Critical Skills Needed To Be a Successful Environmental Professional in the Global “Green” Economy

The “Green” economic upswing is approaching and America has a shortage of environmental professionals. As these initiatives take effect, companies will need professionals who have well rounded skills and the ability to produce results. If you are looking to get hired early in the American economy’s “Green” upswing, it is vitally important that your resume showcases your achievements, experience and skills in at least three of the following six skill areas: