Transitioning to electric cars and trucks supports consistent green jobs growth over the next 15 years. In 2035, the DRIVE Clean scenario supports over 2 million more jobs than No New Policy. As electric vehicle sales ramp up, employment in vehicle manufacturing expands, while the consumer costs savings of switching to EVs increases induced green jobs in the economy. As the electric grid grows to support new electric loads from vehicle charging, employment in the construction and maintenance of wind, solar, battery storage, and the electric grid infrastructure increases dramatically. The reduction in auto repair and maintenance jobs is more than offset by gains in economy-wide induced jobs and increased power sector jobs.