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Educating And Training The Energy And Mining Workforce

Author: Kevin Nelson
Posted on: January 29, 2018


The rise of technologies and innovations in the energy sector has been observed for the past few decades. However, with the increased level of energy consumption, this rise is not enough as the development of professionals is needed. The matter is that the employees do not keep up with the times and changes which causes the lack of high-skilled and qualified workforce.

Top Tips to Engage Students and Staff in Reducing Energy Use

Author: Kevin Nelson
Posted on: December 15, 2017

Top Tips to Engage Students and Staff in Reducing Energy Use

The problem of energy consumption is rising. However, not everyone is aware of it. Yet, many people have heard something about renewable energy sources and the ways to make them available to every family. This is what the government should handle, but there are also things that responsible people can do on their own, like explaining how to use energy in the most efficient way.

The problem of energy consumption

How to Write a Shiny Golden Resume

Author: Kevin Nelson
Posted on: November 16, 2017

7 Tips for Writing a Shiny Resume for Solar Energy Jobs

If you are interested in green energy projects, a solar energy job could be one of the best options for you. According to the report by the U.S. Department of Energy, last year (2016), solar power industry had employed 43 percent of the whole Electric Power Generation sector’s workforce. Finding a job in this niche is not only a noble choice but also a smart one and there is plenty evidence that easily found online.

However, wanting to work in this sector isn’t enough to get a job there. You actually have to tailor your resume to the desired niche and job position in order to look more appealing to the potential employees. Doing so could be as challenging as coming up with a proposal example, but hopefully, you’ll be able to do it with the help of our tips.

So here’s what you can do to make a resume for solar energy jobs look more appealing:

1. Think about your objective.

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