United Green Jobs’ no cost service allows green job employers to post jobs while at the same time helping prospective workers search for employment opportunities. This is their commitment to making a difference on Earth Day, “Green Jobs for Growth” is their mission and they plan to help play an important role in promoting a more responsible and greener world.
Ft Lauderdale, FL (PRWEB) April 23, 2009 — United Green Jobs (UGJ) offers a free employment website for potential employees looking for the right green job and employers looking for the best candidate to fill a vacancy, their focus is to make the green job search more professional and user friendly. United Green Job’s motto is “Green Jobs for Growth”. They seek to promote environmental awareness and help more organizations and individuals become successful with an easy to use site that connects both the “green” employer and employee. United Green Jobs, www.unitedgreenjobs.com helps everyone looking to make our world a better place.
United Green Jobs, based out of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, consist of professionals looking to make a difference on how individuals and organizations search for each other. With headlines stating U.S. unemployment rates spiking to 8.5%, a 25-year high, as 663,000 jobs lost in March. 5.1 million jobs have now been lost since the beginning of 2008. The confidence of the job market has been real concern. The world’s economy has continued to decline due to irresponsible decision-making that has affected everyone. “UGJ has created unitedgreenjobs.com to build business relationships, responsible decisions and green awareness,” says Jack Donaldson, Vice President at United Green Jobs.
UGJ is confident in its goals and mission and is excited to see the United Nations and governments across the world are providing incentives and funding for businesses going green. The US government recently allocated 80 billion dollars to renewable energy plans and projects. United Green Jobs wants to help its website visitors make the connection to a responsible and growing industry.
“We want to build confidence back into our worlds’ economy and how we treat our planet starting on Earth Day,” says Sasha Rodriguez, President at United Green Jobs.