Green Job Salaries

Before getting involved with a particular job, most people are curious to learn how much money they will be making. Everblue's blog posts regarding salary are based on online research; these estimates are not final or guaranteed.

Does NATE Certification Increase My Pay?

Fri, 2012-02-03 08:15

If you're an HVAC professional, you may be debating whether it is worth it for you to achieve an HVAC certification, such as NATE. Because HVAC work primarily focuses on the health and safety of citizens, education and experience are critical characteristics for any HVAC technician. A technician who has pursued NATE Certification, therefore, demonstrates a serious commitment to the industry and will likely receive a greater salary than a regular HVAC technician.

How Much Does an Energy Manager Make?

Tue, 2012-01-17 11:27

Energy efficiency - in both the residential and commercial environments - has become a highly sought after characteristic. Individuals looking to break into the green industry should consider becoming a professional energy manager, as this position would allow someone to utilize their leadership and technical skills to incite change and manage large-scale energy efficiency projects.

Home Energy Auditors - How Much Can They Make?

Thu, 2011-02-17 11:46

Last Updated: 2017-04-18 03:15

Let’s face it. Professionals across the country who work in home performance trades are increasingly turning to energy auditing as a new revenue stream and way to upsell clients for their specialty trade work.

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Top 25 Green Collar Jobs

Thu, 2009-09-24 01:44

As local, state, and federal governments mandate green building, “green collar” jobs are beginning to overtake the workforce. Although some industries are suffering in this current economy, green jobs are on the rise. I have copied a list from HubPages of the top 25 green collar jobs, along with their salaries.

From HubPages: The top 25 green job opportunities for 2009 are (Salary information from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics):