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I just saw a report on the CBS Early Show about how ‘green’ can mean big money for small businesses, fun products, and new careers.
My favorite part:
How big mega businesses gobbled up some smaller (but very popular) household brands.
Here they are…
Green = Big Business
I guess the point was, if you are a small business creating green, earth-friendly products, then the future looks bright for you.
Going green has contributed to bulking up corporate bottom lines –and job rolls — resulting in the emergence of positions unthinkable in years-gone-by. —Danny Seo, CBS
Here are some examples from the show, in order of buy-out price:
Check out the best ‘green’ jobs to consider. They’re projected to bring the highest salaries, the fastest (right out of college).
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