There are currently an estimated 983,000 energy brokers in the United States. The energy broker job market is expected to grow by 9.7% between 2016 and 2026.

How employable are energy brokers?

CareerExplorer rates energy brokers with a B employability rating, meaning this career should provide good employment opportunities for the foreseeable future. Over the next 10 years, it is expected the US will need 103,500 energy brokers. That number is based on 94,900 additional energy brokers, and the retirement of 8,600 existing energy brokers.

What’s the supply of energy brokers?

The energy broker industry is concentrated in California, Texas, Florida

Energy Broker job market by state

State Name Employed Energy Brokers
California 129,870
Texas 115,580
Florida 77,050
New York 68,000
Illinois 44,730
New Jersey 38,210
Ohio 34,580
Pennsylvania 33,950
Georgia 33,560
North Carolina 31,880
Virginia 28,970
Colorado 27,330
Maryland 27,240
Michigan 23,490
Missouri 21,730
Minnesota 21,370
Massachusetts 20,240
Arizona 18,960
Washington 18,130
Tennessee 17,060
Wisconsin 16,040
Indiana 15,070
Utah 12,680
Nevada 10,170
Oregon 9,120
Oklahoma 9,010
Connecticut 8,900
South Carolina 8,610
Kentucky 8,260
Kansas 7,910
Alabama 7,630
Louisiana 7,350
Iowa 5,280
Nebraska 4,540
Arkansas 4,210
New Mexico 3,940
District of Columbia 3,670
New Hampshire 3,650
Mississippi 3,330
Hawaii 3,200
Idaho 3,180
Delaware 2,910
Puerto Rico 2,860
Rhode Island 2,740
Maine 2,410
West Virginia 2,130
Montana 1,670
North Dakota 1,380
Alaska 1,060
Vermont 1,010
Wyoming 610
South Dakota 410
Virgin Islands 110
Guam 100