“Green jobs”—jobs whose main purpose is to promote environmental education, environmental protection, and energy conservation—are emerging as one of the most promising employment opportunities in the years ahead.
Even better, there are no formal requirements or prerequisites for pursuing the training needed to become a certified Eco Consultant. Though some professions, such as architects, roofers, and plumbers, have a distinct advantage.
You may be asking, can Eco Consultants actually earn enough income to make the training and creation of an Eco Consulting practice worthwhile? While there is no widespread data on this new profession, early reports indicate earnings of up to hundreds of dollars per day.
Are you interested, yet? You should be! For more information, you can view the following resources:
To learn more about the Eco Consulting profession—and to receive a limited-time, $1000 savings on training—please visit the Eco Institution’s web site at www.EcoTraining.com.