Study Says Green-Tech Is the Future of IT; InformationTechnologyCrossing Adds More and More Green-Tech Jobs to Promote Green Technology
Released on: October 10, 2008, 5:53 am
Press Release Author: Mary Waldron
Press Release Summary: InformationTechnologyCrossing (www.informationtechnologycrossing.com), an IT job board dedicated to serving IT professionals, now lists more than 113,000 jobs due to its consistent efforts in recent weeks. In fact, the IT job board is updating its website with the latest IT jobs daily. The site aspires to support the slumping job market by adding more and more IT job openings and is continuing its efforts to add every available IT job (even the ''hidden'' ones) to its roster.
Press Release Body: Nowadays, green jobs are increasingly being seen as the next ''in'' thing in the corporate world, as every industry out there struggles to sort out a solution to the escalating recession and green-tech jobs seem to be the most likely answer, according to various studies. Even most of the jobs posted on InformationTechnologyCrossing originate from technology companies that believe in and practice ''go green'' tactics as part of their corporate activities.
''InformationTechnologyCrossing is trying to introduce green jobs in the technology sector to promote clean technology jobs in the long run and simultaneously promote more and more green-tech jobs,'' says A. Harrison Barnes, founder and CEO of InformationTechnologyCrossing.
A new study titled ''Carbon-Free Prosperity 2025'' has concluded that five emerging clean-tech industry sectors, including solar components manufacturing, offer the Pacific Northwest one of its best opportunities for sustained economic vitality and job growth. The study, which was produced by the research and publishing firm Clean Edge and the research and advocacy organization Climate Solutions, provides a comprehensive look at emerging green industries for the Pacific Northwest region. The study notes that the key green-tech sectors could contribute 41,000 to 63,000 tech jobs in Oregon and Washington by 2025.
Many companies have emerged from relative obscurity to become significant players in the corporate world with the introduction of green-tech jobs. For example, Solyndra, a Fremont, California-based green-tech company, and its newest innovation are about to create hundreds more local jobs. With the help of cylindrical-shaped solar panels which are touted as more efficient than flat solar panels, the company is aiming to help fight global warming. It already employs more than 500 people and aspires to hire hundreds more for a second factory. Furthermore, the most famous technology hub in America, Silicon Valley and the San Jose area, is also striving to promote clean green technologies. It is estimated that there are more than 3,000 clean-tech, energy-efficient jobs at present in the area, a vast improvement over the number of such jobs in 2007.
Barnes adds, ''It's vital for every company to promote green and clean technology to save the economy, and it's also important for job seekers to know where they can apply for such jobs. All they can find on most job boards are the most competitive or redundant job postings, but InformationTechnologyCrossing is different in its approach and structure. The tech job site provides instant access to a comprehensive pool of environmentally friendly job listings based on your particular area of interest. Unlike other job-search and career sites, InformationTechnologyCrossing weeds out spam and jobs outside your niche, allowing you to search efficiently and specifically. Trust the only job source that's tailored to your industry.''
InformationTechnologyCrossing aims to update its website with all of the most recent and active IT jobs. The website plans to add more IT jobs this month in its continuing effort to offer the highest number of active IT jobs possible to thousands of job seekers.
For more information on InformationTechnologyCrossing, please visit www.informationtechnologycrossing.com.
InformationTechnologyCrossing is an affiliate of EmploymentCrossing, a powerful and comprehensive organization dedicated to helping professionals find jobs that will enhance their careers. InformationTechnologyCrossing consolidates every information technology job opening it can find in one convenient location. The website also offers a seven-day free trial to new members.
Web Site: http://www.informationtechnologycrossing.com/
Contact Details: Contact: Mary Waldron, Editorial Coordinator, EmploymentCrossing 626-243-1821 firstname.lastname@example.org