healthcare is actually poised to become one of the most innovative fields because of its considerable capacity for growth and change, and young job seekers looking to make an impact in a transforming field need look no further.more

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The green economy is a growing fast as companies discover that there's a financial and marketing benefit to improving the sustainability of their operations. And green jobs aren't all found in clean-tech companies, as many employers are trying to improve their environmental footprint.

What you will find is that there is a rapidly growing demand for people with backgrounds in ...

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While veterans as a whole have a lower unemployment rate than the rest of the nation, the 2.6 million troops who served in the years following 9/11 are having a much tougher time. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics(BLS), veterans 34 and under face a higher unemployment rate than civilians. The youngest (18-24 years of age) are unemployed at ...

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ou’ve created a resume packed with technical and specialized jargon and qualifications. You’ve reviewed it, polished it, and obtained feedback from a friend in the industry about what to include and what not to include. You’ve updated its format and made one suitable for online posting (without your personal address at the top, using arial or calibri font, and with ...

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Green may be a cool color, but it's red-hot when it comes to the job market. The global green economy, already worth well over $1 trillion per year, is expected to double by 2020 to $2.7 trillion. This growth factor creates a healthy outlook for jobs as companies compete to meet the demand for sustainable products and services. Some high ...

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A House committee is advancing a bill from U.S. Rep. Steve Daines that would allow hydropower projects in more local irrigation districts.

Daines said Wednesday that the measure cleared the House Natural Resources Committee.

It is one of the measures advancing in Congress to lift restrictions on hydropower development in Bureau of Reclamation irrigation systems built by the government after ...

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Arturo Leon, assistant professor in the school of civil engineering and construction engineering at Oregon State University, says hydraulic engineering continues to evolve but the past is often not far behind. “Some of the developments are recent but we’re still using work that goes back a hundred years and just improving on some of it,” he says.

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Jobs Rated

Perhaps you have heard or read discussion of the “Gig Economy” lately. The terminology has been increasingly en vogue in recent years, though the concept itself isn’t new. How it works has changed, however. More
Getting into the green economy doesn’t necessarily mean trading in business casual for hiking boots and cargo shorts. Some great green-job opportunities allow workers to transition into a future wave without abandoning their current industries. More
Evaluating jobs on core criteria, the CareerCast.com Jobs Rated report ranks 220 professions in the American labor force for 2018. More

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For those in recovery, maintaining a healthy and well-balanced lifestyle requires daily commitment. Juggling it with a career is especially challenging. Here are tips to accomplish your goals both in life and in work. More
Emotional agility may not be a skill you are aware of -- or even aware of its existence -- but it's important for improving your job prospects. More
Silicon Valley may be the nation's tech hub, but a burgeoning job landscape for those in the between the coasts offers plenty of attractive opportunities. More