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Green Jobs for a New Economy: The College and Career Guide to Emerging Opportunities

Edited By: Therese DeAngelis
410 pages, no illustrations
Green Jobs for a New Economy: The College and Career Guide to Emerging Opportunities
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  • Green Jobs for a New Economy: The College and Career Guide to Emerging Opportunities ISBN: 9780768928150 Paperback Jan 2010 Usually dispatched within 1 week
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Green Jobs For a New Economy acknowledges the global and national movement toward sustainability and its influence on today's education consumers, who view this concept not only as a major factor in choosing a college or university, but also as a guide to finding a career that will satisfy professional aspirations and benefit the planet in the process.

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Edited By: Therese DeAngelis
410 pages, no illustrations
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