The Industry Productivity program publishes labor productivity, multifactor productivity and related measures for selected U.S Industries.

Labor productivity is measured as output per hour of labor. Annual labor productivity measures for selected 2-, 3-, 4-, 5-, and 6-digit NAICS industries are available from 1987 forward. Data available include indexes and rates of change in output per hour, unit labor costs, and other series including real output, hours, and labor compensation. Levels of industry employment, hours, nominal value of production, labor compensation and other series are also available.

Multifactor productivity is measured as output per unit of combined inputs (labor, capital, and intermediate purchases such as energy, materials, and purchased services). Annual multifactor productivity measures for 86 4-digit NAICS manufacturing industries, air transportation, and line-haul railroads are available from 1987 forward. Data available include indexes and rates of change in multifactor productivity, single factor productivity, capital input, intermediate purchases, combined inputs, and contributions of capital intensity and intermediate purchases intensity. Levels of combined input cost, capital cost, intermediate purchases costs, relative cost shares and other series are also available.