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Bureau of Labor Statistics > Employment Projections > Data > Inter-Industry Relationships

Inter-industry relationships (Input-Output matrix)

This page contains links to files of input-output data for the U.S. economy for the historical years 1997–2019, and for the projected year 2029. Input-output data show the flow of commodities from production through intermediate use by industries to purchases by final users. These data are developed as a set of matrices or tables for each year. The input-output tables produced by the BLS are derived from input-output data initially developed by the Bureau of Economic Analysis.

Data for Researchers

  • Input-output data for the U.S. economy for the historical years 1997–2019, and for the projected year 2029 (ZIP, 9.5 MB)

    This file includes:

    • Input-output layout and description
    • Final demand sectoring plan
    • Industry sectoring plan
    • Nominal dollar input-output data for 1997–2019
    • Chain-weighted (2012 dollar based) input-output data for 1997–2019
    • Projected 2029 chain-weighted (2012 dollar based) input-output data
  • How to Decompress ZIP Files

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Last Modified Date: September 4, 2020