Newsweek on the growth of the green job market:

Graduates of the class of 2007 are finding the job market is receptive to those who want to do good by the environment. As public awareness of global warming grows, companies are scrambling to put in place greener practices, to present themselves as more eco-friendly and to develop products and services to fill a new demand for all things green. The phenomenon is creating jobs in fields like urban planning, carbon trading, green building and environmental consulting.

And our very own jobs columnist, Kevin Doyle, contributed this bit of good news: "The environmental job market is the strongest that it’s been in many years."

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