Two Quick Green Career Transition Tips for the Less Experienced

April 4, 2009 at 4:04 am 1 comment

Penned by Matt

  1. Focus on networking more than looking at job boards. People give you jobs. Most of the people I talk to that get a good job had some kind of “in” —  either with someone that refers them or recommends them for a job or works at the place where the job is offered.
  2. Focus on the smaller, local companies. Great opportunities abound in your backyard. Small companies have less hoops to jump through, are often fun places to work, and you are more likely to develop a relationship that will result in a job. Compile a list of cool companies in your local area and be sure to check their websites, call them, or give them a visit (if appropriate!)

It took me years to figure these two things out. I hope that helps. Have a great weekend! – Matt


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