The Occupational Employment and Wages in Green Goods and Services (GGS-OCC) program provides occupational employment and wage information for businesses that produce green goods and services. The GGS-OCC data consist of occupational employment, staffing patterns, and occupational wages for establishments that receive none of their revenue from green goods and services, all of their revenue from green goods and services, and revenue from a mix of green and nongreen goods and services.
The GGS-OCC overview page provides information on the purpose of the GGS-OCC estimates, coverage and reference period, a detailed description of the GGS-OCC definition of green jobs, descriptions of the GGS-OCC data available, and further methodological information.
September 28, 2012
Establishments that received all of their revenue from green goods and services had 539,470 transportation and material moving jobs, 208,180 production jobs, and 194,440 office and administrative support jobs in November 2011. More...
For additional information or questions concerning the Green Goods and Services Occupations (GGS-OCC) data, please contact a GGS-OCC staff member: