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Between 2009 and 2020, the consulting firm McKinsey found that energy efficiency retrofits on buildings could create between 600,000 and 900,000 American jobs. This job growth would be spurred in two ways – from labor-intensive retrofits in the residential and commercial sectors, and from implementation and enforcement of energy efficiency codes and standards. Energy efficiency measures create jobs in construction, engineering, and manufacturing. For example, in late summer 2013 General Electric announced it was hiring 150 workers for energy-efficienct lightbulb production lines at factories in Illinois and Ohio.
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