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Bureau of Labor Statistics > Employment Projections > Data > Aggregate Economy

Aggregate Economy Projections and Historical Data

BLS develops aggregate economic projections as a key input for its employment projections. This page contains the most recently released macroeconomic model solution.

Methodology

The methodology used to project the aggregate economy is described in detail on the Employment Projections program's methodology page and in the BLS Handbook of Methods. (PDF)


Data Tables

All aggregate economy tables in a single file (XLSX)

Most Recent Analysis

Other Aggregate Economy Analysis

Data for Researchers

  • Historical time-series for critical aggregate variables, 2012–2019 and projected 2029 (XLSX)

    The file contains the following tables:
    • Labor supply and factors affecting productivity
    • Real gross domestic product--demand categories
    • Nominal gross domestic product--demand categories
    • Major assumptions affecting aggregate projections

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Last Modified Date: September 28, 2020