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Behind the scenes and insider information for landscaping careers and green industry jobs.

Thinking about a career in horticulture? Here’s a challenge: name every job you can think of in the field of horticulture.

We bet your list will just scratch the surface.

A horticulture degree can lead to careers in plant breeding, genetic engineering, landscape design, farming, floral design, research, nursery production, education, food science, landscape construction and management, pest control, marketing — the list goes on.

There are jobs out there you might not even know exist, like horticulture therapists who help senior citizens and those with disabilities by using their expertise in therapeutic plants.

Let’s take look at some of the best horticulture careers.

If you love being outdoors, working with your hands, solving problems and being part of a team, there are lots of job opportunities in the landscape and grounds maintenance field.

Crew members plant flowers, mow lawns and make landscapes beautiful. Landscape designers create artistry from the ground up. Field supervisors combine people skills with organizational know-how to make sure jobs are done just right.

Let’s take a look at some landscape maintenance jobs.

It’s easy to get nervous about a job interview, even if you know you’re qualified for the job.

What will they ask you? Will you have the right answers?

Will you wear the right clothes? Will they like you?

The best way to boost your confidence is to be prepared.

Here’s a look at some tips for the big day — including a list of some of the landscape interview questions you’ll likely be asked.

Don’t forget to iron your shirt.

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Landing a job can feel like a Catch 22. You need experience to be hired, but you can only get that experience from getting a job.

Luckily, there are some positions available that don’t require experience — and they can put you on a successful career path. The landscaping industry is one option if you want to get a foot in the door and don’t have much experience.

A landscaping job can be a rewarding position if you enjoy being outdoors, are passionate about your work, want to make a real change on properties and enjoy working with a team.

Here are three landscaping jobs you could get with no experience.

If somebody offered you free money for your future, would you take it?
How about if they offered to pay for half of your health insurance premium costs to protect you and your family?

Sometimes a good deal isn’t too good to be true. It’s actually a good deal.

If you work at Level Green Landscaping, now is a great time to take advantage of the benefits the company offers.