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Occupations
This information comes from the U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Information Network (O*NET) report, the Greening of the World of Work.

Green Career Categories
Higher Demand Occupations = Higher Demand Occupations
These occupations already exist but are expanding due to increased demand for green goods and services. See a List

Changing Skill Occupations = Changing Skill Occupations 
These occupations already exist but their skill requirements are changing in response to green trends. See a List 

New Green Occupations = New Green Occupations
These occupations are brand new and emerging due to green trends. See a List
  
  

Green Careers

Thinking about a green career but confused about your options? You’re not alone. CareerOneStop’s Green Careers section provides an outline of green careers in today’s changing workplaces. Check out the following pages to begin understanding these green work options.


Want an overview of three different types of green careers?
Visit What Are Green Careers?

Want to find details like skills, wages, and education needed for more than 200 green careers?
Visit Explore Green Careers. You can begin exploring in 12 different career sectors.

Want to explore green careers based on the level of education or training required?
Visit Find Education and Training. You’ll be able to click through to find real training programs in your local area.

Want to see which green careers are expected to grow the fastest?
Visit National Employment Growth.



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