Many people in traditional occupations like construction, architecture, and engineering are looking to get more training to obtain “green” job skills that they can use to work on different project in their field that they would otherwise not be qualified for. A lot of new buildings, especially in places where all government buildings are being required to meet LEED green building standards, will require the expertise of professionals who understand green building concepts.
The idea of a green industry has led to the creation of altogether new positions, so the job market is now more diverse (and people are developing new skill sets accordingly). The field of research alone has greatly expanded, as new methods/technologies for sustainable business practices are studied. In addition, the “be green” ideology has led to an emphasis on the development of strategies for local economic development(meaning less outsourcing).
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