I knew this would happen someday but I did not think it would be this bad. I have writer’s block. So to help me get through this tough situation, I am going to turn to you- the readers to start the discussion.
Louisiana Oil Spill is one of the largest man made disasters of recent times. One whose effects will reverberate to gulf economy for years to come. While it may setback the local Louisiana fishing industries for a period of time, it will also create a boon of local environmental cleanup jobs and could lead to more environmental science jobs in the future.
This article is intended to tell the public about some career fields they may have not considered . Why? These types of jobs do not normally require a college degree and have shortages of workers in good times. Further, the emphasis on LEED certified projects will make these jobs even more attractive to those who want get in on the “ground floor” and work their way into construction management. The stimulus related projects will also cause the need for these people to ramp up substantially. Don’t believe me? Check out the facts.
Many of the predictions about the job market in 2010 have a common theme: Competition for jobs will be high and hiring will be will be slow to pick up. While I agree that some areas of the economy will be in a slow growth mode, I can say with full assurance that the Environmental and Infrastructure job markets will heat up and gain speed toward the end of 2010 especially the water infrastructure. Don’t believe me? Read more