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Job Aggregator Hits Milestone of 10,000 Green Technology Jobs

Job Aggregator Hits Milestone of 10,000 Green Technology Jobs

The Green Job Bank, the largest online aggregator of green technology jobs, announced yesterday that its index of current green technology jobs has surpassed 10,000 unique postings for the past two weeks. With green technology jobs in many categories, including renewable energy (solar, wind, geothermal), energy efficiency, green building, environmental protection, and climate change research on the rise, green technology job aggregators such as The Green Job Bank and Simply Hired have benefited.

“With over 100 green job boards and thousands of green employers in the U.S. market alone, it is very confusing and time consuming for green job seekers to find their dream job.” said Bernard Ferret, The Green Job Bank’s founder. “The Green Job Bank solves this difficult problem by putting all these green jobs in one place for the benefit of job seekers”.

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The way The Green Job Bank, Simply Hired, and other green technology job aggregators work are by indexing postings from thousands of sources, including non-profit organizations, industry associations, employers websites, recruiters websites and other job boards. Generally, employers post their green technology jobs on their own website and multiple job boards, and then aggregators such as The Green Job Bank and Simply Hired detect these postings and post the green technology job to their own sites after removing any green technology job duplicates. All sources from which a green technology job has been indexed are clearly identified in the search engine result pages.

With the familiar look and feel of a traditional green technology job board, The Green Job Bank and Simply Hired make it easy for users to search for green technology jobs by keyword and location. Other search features within The Green Job Bank and Simply Hired include: searching by company name, by region, city or state. Job search results can be saved and job seekers can use social networking sites such as Facebook to share their favorite jobs and ask friends for their opinion and help.

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U.S. Green Technology was established in January of 2009. U.S. Green Technology‘s mission is to share news and information about the latest advancements in green technologies and green jobs. U.S. Green Technology‘s areas of coverage include providing information on green social media campaigns, changes in green business, spread of the green movement throughout entertainment, green technological invention, new green start-ups, green manufacturing, green building, and green jobs. U.S. Green Technology recently launched a new free business directory for companies to promote their products and services. U.S. Green Technology also offers a green jobs board, powered by Simply Hired, for employers to post green jobs for job seekers interested in careers in the green jobs industries such as clean energy, renewable fuels, information technology, green building and green transportation.

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