“When I grow up I want to be a green marketer.”
I bet you haven’t heard that from any of your classmates during your kindergarten graduation. Nobody wanted to be a green marketer then because that occupation just didn’t exist until ten years ago together with the following careers:
Get a business degree if you want to try these:
1. Business continuity specialists devise tactics to rescue business during tough situations
2. Electronic commerce specialists are focused on online communities by catching their interests through advertising.
3. Social media managers reach customers through networking sites. They also create a similar system within a company.
4. Virtual concierges are online so you reach them through email.
5. User experience analysts studies the behavior of online consumers to create theories and draw valid conclusions.
Communication programs help students land these jobs:
1. Bloggers research and write blogs for different companies and organizations.
2. Content managers attract more readers with new approaches
3. Online political campaign managers use internet to gather votes for a political candidate.
4. Video journalists posts videos online to share news and other information.
Get an education degree and specialize to be able to be qualified for the following:
1. Athletic compliance coordinators guarantee that athletic program with funding from the government is compliant with the rules.
2. Adaptive physical education specialists focus in helping the disabled get physical education
3. Distance learning coordinators arrange schedules and facilitate distance learning programs.
4. Home-school liaisons cooperate with parents and a chosen school to establish a more open communication.
5. School diagnosticians evaluate and detect the student’s learning difficulties.
A degree in environmental science or business is needed for these jobs:
1. Carbon credit traders – carbon-emission permits are important for companies therefore carbon credit traders are assigned for its procurement and sales.
2. Environmental economists determine the advantage and disadvantage of renewable energy and other options.
3. Environmental restoration planners cooperate with scientists to create plans to undo damage to the environment.
4. Green marketers endorse green products.
5. Recycling coordinators concentrate on and manage recycling and coordinate with the government and other agencies.
Prerequisites range from a specialization in business or engineering. These occupations are more specific but deal with energy all the same.
1. Bio-fuels/biodiesel product development managers
2. Biomass plant technicians
3. Energy auditors.
4. Energy brokers
5. Fuel cell engineers
6. Methane/landfill gas collection system operators