Bureau of Labor Statistics colors many jobs green

You might have a green job and not know it. As everyone knows, the federal government creates green jobs when it spends public money on supposedly clean, definitely expensive energy. President Barack Obama will chatter about green jobs in his reelection campaign. His administration has committed a lot of public money to renewable energy and will claim to have created a lot of green jobs in the process. According to a March report by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the US had 3.1 million green jobs in 2010, when workers involved in "green goods and services" accounted for 2.4% of total employment. But not all of those folks were manufacturing solar panels and designing electric c...

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