Green Jobs Created or Saved Under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009+
State Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware District of Columbia Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana
Green Jobs Created/Saved 68.65 21.85 235.34 77.40 698.33 196.15 37.48 165.50 1.50 309.66 99.67 115.85 817.7 254.5 45.35 33.78 74.33 42.38 79.79 147.18 129.68 112.79 930.48 523.21 79.21 94.04 109.12
State Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Puerto Rico Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Virgin Islands Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming Average
Green Jobs Created/Saved 106.39 95.32 37.99 270.97 335.48 358.23 210.26 96.37 2,565.73 185.02 65.20 101.01 10.06 0 972.45 13.12 304.37 77.57 301.83 24.74 97.46 7.00 1027.28 289.00 27.06 70.19 248.13
Total Green Jobs Created/Saved: 13,151.02
Job numbers are from the October 10, 2009 reporting of three departments: Department of Energy, Department of Labor, and the Environmental Protection Agency. The 13,151.02 green jobs counted in this report should not be considered as an absolute minimum or maximum of the number of green jobs created or saved by the Recovery Act through September 30, 2009. Many jobs created through Department of Labor programs for example, were green jobs, but recipients did not indicate how many specific green jobs were created out of the total, and therefore these jobs could not be included in the total. Additionally, many projects were reported as having created or saved jobs when the project had not yet started; these job figures were also excluded from the total. Some states have spent Recovery Act funds quicker than others, contributing to large differences in the amount of green jobs created or saved among states because of how far along a particular state is in implementing a project.