YaShekia King

YaShekia King, of Indianapolis, Ind., began writing professionally in 2003. Her work has appeared in several print and online publications including the “South Bend Tribune,"Ehow.com, Wisegeek.com and “Clouds Across the Stars," an international book. King holds a bachelor’s degree in journalism from Ball State University. She also is a licensed real estate agent, is a clinical certified dental assistant and is completing her master’s degree in human resource management through DeVry University. Connect with YaShekia on YaShekia King

New Solar Power Bank Set to Take Market by Storm

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SunBank, a new solar power bank, is super lightweight, and can charge your devices as fast as a wall charger. But what sets it apart from the other solar charges on the market?

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Solar Energy Jobs Continue to be on the Rise

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With steady growth in jobs reported in recent years, the job growth in the solar industry is set to continue for years to come, according to a reputable consulting group.

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Environmental Protection Agency Offered Chicago Training

Recently, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) offered a free, two-week training program for East Chicago residents to prepare them for potential environmental jobs. According to the EPA, many graduates were able to get hired by EPA cleanup contractors in other communities where the program has been offered.

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Biogas Industry Looks to Change Image, Add Jobs

As sustainability (mostly) continues to become more fashionable, the biogas industry is emerging as an important source of renewable energy, especially for rural areas.

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Geology Jobs on the Rise as Oil Demand Rises?

After years of struggle, U.S. oil companies appear to be making a comeback from a long period of job cuts and bankruptcies. The industry may be ready to thrive once again, and soon, which is good news for the geology field.

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Solar, Not Coal, Key to Job Growth, Says Report

A story that appeared in the March 1, 2017, issue of Fortune magazine says that despite President Trump’s campaign promises, the future of energy jobs is not in coal, but in solar.

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New EPA Administrator Sworn In Despite Cries from Environmental Groups

Scott Pruitt was recently sworn in as the new administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency, despite years of criticizing and suing the EPA.

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