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Geology Career with the Sexiest Name Goes to: Mud Logger

Mud loggers are valuable workers in the modern green industry, particularly in the geology field. (Image from http://en.openei.org/wiki/Mud_Logging)

Have you heard of mud logging? It rolls right of the tongue, doesn’t it? It’s certainly not a glamorous role. But if you don’t mind getting in the… mud, then this might just be the green job for you.

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Career Builder: 3 (More) Tips For Finding the Right Green Candidate

Several tips can help green companies to hire the right job candidate each time. (Image from http://paidsocialmediajobs.com/pages/join/?hop=galus&vtid=)

Hiring someone new is always a challenge. We’ve given some tips to help with the green hiring process previously, but you can never have too many, so here are three more.

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Why Do We Need Green Technology In Our Daily Life?

Green Technology

It is already pretty clear that human activities lead to really concerning pollution of the planet and to the importance of green technology.

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Capital One’s $100 Million SolarCity Investment Strikes Gold

SolarCity

In 2014, Capital One Bank invested $100 million into a partnership with residential installer and leasing company SolarCity.

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Why Do We Need Green Technology?

Green Marketing, Green Technology

The main purpose of green technology is to slow down global warming and reduce the green house effect. The main idea is the creation of new technologies

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Add Value To Your Home With Eco-Friendly DIY Projects

Eco-Friendly DIY

Giving your home an eco-friendly DIY makeover has many benefits, including cutting your utility bills down, but one of the best things about a remodel

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Renewable Energy Alleviates Sluggish Oil Price Concerns

Renewable Energy

As new sources of fossil fuels becomes increasingly frenetic, renewable energy prices continue to drop into range that is competitively priced.

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