28 Apr '17, 6pm

Did you know #windpower jobs grew nine times faster than overall US jobs in 2016?

Last year, while overall U.S. jobs grew at a sluggish 1.8 percent , jobs in America's wind industry grew 16.5 percent — nine times faster . By the end of 2016, U.S. wind employment hit a record-high 102,500 jobs, reaching all 50 states. By 2020, U.S. wind jobs are expected to more than double, to a quarter million , including jobs in communities near wind farms and factories. Yesterday, at Minnesota's State Capitol , the American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) released its 2016 U.S. Wind Industry Annual Market Report . The facts documented in this report are clear — American wind power is a massive driver of U.S. jobs and economic growth. Now more than ever, America is hearing the call to bring back U.S. jobs, revitalize a failing U.S. manufacturing base, and recommit America's economy to benefiting American workers. [Native Advertisement] The U.S. wind industry is answeri...

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