While the following links are centered regionally here in California, sites like greenjobsearch.org has the flexibility to search your particular location: Green Jobs Jobs in Solar Power (01/12/18 - jobsinsolarpower.com has since been taken over by SimplyHired) Don't discount the opportunities that Craigslist and other local community sites offer. Often times, young start-ups will rely on those sites because they're free. Think of it this way, money saved on advertisement is money that can go to new solar employees. Go to the jobs section and filter for . Industry News Plain and simple... If you want to be a part of the industry, you have to keep up with the industry. Get informed, but be careful with information overload...unless you're an info junkie like me :) http://www.solarindustrymag.com/home.php http://www.seia.org/ http://www.solarbuzz.com/ (01/12/18 - Solarbuzz site is now IHS. Amazing amount of info if you go to the &q
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