Green jobs gaining traction in Califo...

Green jobs gaining traction in California, but more jobs needed in all sectors

There are 1 comment on the Whittier Daily News story from Aug 7, 2011, titled Green jobs gaining traction in California, but more jobs needed in all sectors. In it, Whittier Daily News reports that:

A worker for Verengo Solar installs solar panels on a home in Whittier. A new report by the Environment California Research & Policy Center says more than 500,000 people are employed in "green jobs" in California, and that number is expected to increase.

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Jack

Los Angeles, CA

#1 Aug 7, 2011
What is a green job. Anyone have a clear simple answer for me. Truly is another one of California wacky ideas that will fail. California is a broken state that is what the country will turn into if dems are allow to destroy it. California no longer beautiful, it's an illegal haven and people are leaving and move away from the west coast.

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