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This is the second of two items sent to me by Josh Wardini, Community Manager at Webmasters Jury. I have published a number of infographics sent by Josh on my blog site at www.21stcentech.com. This solar energy reference represents a good source of the latest information on the industry. 

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Matt Chester on Apr 28, 2020

12. In 2019, there was an increase in the number of solar jobs in 31 states.

(The Solar Foundation)

Florida saw the highest increase in solar jobs. Other states that are in the top 5 when it comes to new jobs in the solar industry include Georgia, Utah, New York, and Texas. It’s interesting that the number of solar jobs in the US increased by about 156,000 in the period from 2010 to 2019, based on the recent statistics about solar energy.

This has been one of the encouraging trends, indeed, though I worry how 2020 will fare for the industry and people looking to work in solar

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