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Snow Jobs: America's $12 Billion Winter Tourism Economy And Climate Change

Number of ski days and state winter tourism jobs Economic value added of winter tourism industry Res ort operations $2,852M Real es tate Dining (bars and restaurants) $942M Profess ional $1,157M services $780M Employment 35 37,838 Utah Washington Oregon Wisconsin Accommodations $1,035M Government $359M Health care $256M Colorado Minnes ota Adminis trative Food & support services $296M Michigan beverage stores Massachusetts Wyoming Idaho Trip expenses for skiing and snowmobiling $60 Skiing ($141/day) Maine $40 California $20 $0 New Vermont $30 New Mexico Snowmobiling ($113/day) $20 New York $10 $0 Pennsylvania General Merchandise Food & Beverage Gasoline Stations Food Service & Accommodations Amusement, Recreation Stores Drinking Places Stores Snowmobile registrations and days Impact of low-snow years on ski industry State Colorado Wis consin State Minnes ota Michigan California Wiscons in Utah New York Washington Penns ylvania Maine Vermont New Hampshire New York Alaska New Hamps hire Idaho Oregon New Mexico Pennsylvania Montana Idaho Massachusetts Wyoming Illinois Maine Arizona Vermont Virainia & Marvland I------ Per Per ski day s now mobile visit

Snow Jobs: America's $12 Billion Winter Tourism Economy And Climate Change

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Skiing, snowboarding, and snowmobiling generate hundreds of thousands of jobs in 38 states, but climate change threatens the snow these industries rely on.

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