Degrees in environmental studies, environmental science, and environmental engineering are commonplace in most universities throughout the United States, but Metropolitan Community College (MCC) in Omaha, Nebraska is taking degree specificity to new levels with its 2-year associate's degree in green data center management.
It takes a creative soul with an endless amount of determination and innovation to thrive in these fields. This year, Fast Company salutes its readers who brave the challenge of the "what if" with the list of top professions destined for success in 2007.
Whether it’s fast growth, industry expansion or comfortable salaries, here are the eight best for jobs seekers in 2008. Some are age-old professions, while others are nascent, but they all have one thing in common: they’re here to stay, and they need you to apply.
What's in the perfect job? Money is important, of course, but profitability isn't the only measure of an awe-inspiring career. Creative opportunities, perks and intangible rewards, and a good challenge from time to time all count, too. These ten jobs have all these qualities in spades.
Given the option, kids would live on Oreos, stay home from school, and wear the same clothes for weeks. But some of their ideas – like what to do for a living – still sound appealing years later. Here are 8 jobs you never stopped wanting.
The future, some say, is nothing like the past. Well, we sure hope not! Who needs know-it-all bloggers, greasy auto mechanics, and other folks we've all become all too familiar with? In our view, they're all going away. Find out if your career is one of the six on the rocks, and why.