Green Jobs Are Growing in Georgia

With Georgia’s unemployment rate hovering around 10 percent for over two years, Georgia is poised to gain from investing in green. This report looks at the state of the clean energy economy in Georgia and the opportunities for growth in it.

March 2, 2012

Despite the economic recession of the late 2000s — which confronted Americans with unemployment, stagnant wages, and rising fuel costs — there was one sector that outshone the rest: the clean economy. And with Georgia’s unemployment rate hovering around 10 percent for over two years,1 Georgia is poised to gain from investing in green.

This BlueGreen Alliance report looks at the state of the clean energy economy in Georgia and the opportunities for growth in it.

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