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Jobs in Bicycle City

Bicycle City - Jobseekers

Our hope is that Bicycle City has a vibrant economy, full of thriving business, bustling shops and restaurants, all of which will provide a strong job market for our community’s residents.

A lot of jobs will come from the development of the community, in the construction of the infrastructure, homes, restaurants, stores and office space, and in the design of landscaping, parks and community space. We expect to offer employment in our Welcome Center and Lodge.

We hope to attract high tech and clean tech companies who will relocate their headquarters and offer a variety of exciting jobs to our residents. Bicycle City will also be an ideal location for telecommuters who will enjoy leaving home at lunch time for a hike or strolling through town to pick up lunch. Most of all, people who work in Bicycle City won’t miss a grueling, timing consuming commute.

  • The Census Bureau notes that from 1990 to 2000 the number of those who usually worked at home grew by 23 percent, more than twice the rate of growth of the total labor market. (Reason Foundation)
  • Roughly 4.5 million Americans telecommute on most work days, roughly 20 million telecommute for some period at least once per month, and nearly 45 million telecommute at least once per year. (Reason Foundation)
  • Telecommuters reduce daily driving trips by 27% to 51% and driving miles by 53% to 77%. (Reason Foundation)
  • Telecommuting is growing at a rate of 15% annually. (Municipal Research and Service Center of Washington)
  • Most telecommuters work at home 1-3 days a week. (Municipal Research and Service Center of Washington)
  • As much as $23 billion in environmental, energy and transportation costs could be saved if 10-20% more people would or could telecommute. (Municipal Research and Service Center of Washington)
  • Denver, Portland and San Diego have the most telecommuters. (Reason Foundation)
  • Atlanta and Washington, DC, are the two fastest-growing cities for telecommuters. (Reason Foundation)
  • High tech employers increased their payrolls by over 70,000 in 2005, increasing their workforces by an average of 16%. (Fortune)
  • The top 10 cities for high tech jobs are Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco, San Jose, Seattle and Washington, DC. (NimbleCat)
  • The job market for wind turbines is expected to create nearly 200,000 new jobs, while the solar industry stands to increase by almost 100,000 new jobs. (Blue Green Alliance)

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