Job Growth in Clean Energy Outpacing Overall Gains, Study Says

Publication: Bloomberg

Author: Catherine Dodge


06/10/2009 - The number of jobs in clean-energy industries expanded two and a half times faster than overall employment gains from 1998 to 2007, according to a Pew Charitable Trusts study.

Jobs in the U.S. clean-energy economy increased 9 percent during the nine-year period, while traditional jobs rose 3.7 percent, Pew, a non-profit organization focused on public policy issues, said in a study released today. Pew defined the clean- energy economy as including jobs in alternative energy, efficiency, conservation and pollution mitigation as well as “environmentally friendly” production.

Read the full article Green Jobs Sector 'Poised for Explosive Growth,' Study Says on Bloomburg's Web site.

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