Top 10 Cities for New Grads Seeking Jobs

Eighty percent of young professionals are interested in securing a green-collar job or working in an industry that has a positive impact on the environment, according to, a job site geared toward recent graduates. Luckily, green jobs are growing, and industries like renewable energy and energy efficiency currently provide 8.5 million jobs in the United States, according to the American Solar Energy Society.

However, tough economic times mean recent grads are facing an extremely challenging and highly competitive job market across the country. If you just graduated and you’re looking to obtain that green dream job, check out these 10 top cities for green-collar jobs.

See the full list—from San Francisco to Phoenix to Boston—on Mother Nature Network.

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Prager used the discussion to make the point that people are allowed to use anti-Jewish slurs but cannot use the N-word because "the Left" controls American culture.

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