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Table 3. Total factor productivity and related data, 1987-2020

Table 3. Total factor productivity and related data, 1987-2020
Industry2012 NAICS CodeAverage annual percent change
TFPOutputCombined InputsCapital InputLabor InputIntermediate Inputs[1]

Agriculture, forestry, fishery, and hunting

111.21.40.20.3-0.10.2

Mining

211.41.30.0-0.1-0.21.1

Utilities

220.51.30.71.7-0.40.3

Construction

23-0.70.61.33.01.21.1

Manufacturing

31-330.71.20.52.3-0.50.2

Durable manufacturing

321,327,331.31.60.32.2-0.50.1

Nondurable manufacturing

31,322-326-0.10.40.52.4-0.40.2

Wholesale trade

421.13.52.43.40.53.9

Retail trade

44,451.02.91.83.70.52.7

Transportation and warehousing

48-490.42.31.92.01.52.3

Information

510.85.14.36.40.75.2

Finance and insurance

520.02.92.95.11.53.0

Real estate and rental and leasing

53-0.22.83.13.11.13.7

Professional and technical services

540.43.83.47.32.44.5

Management of companies

550.03.03.02.81.65.4

Admin and waste services

560.34.23.96.72.55.4

Educational services

61-0.53.23.64.56.02.6

Health care and social assistance

62-0.63.03.64.43.33.8

Arts, entertainment, and recreation

71-0.31.82.22.91.12.9

Accommodation and food services

720.01.41.42.01.01.6

Other services, except government

81-0.31.41.72.50.82.8

[1] Intermediate inputs is an aggregation of energy, materials, and purchased business services

Last Modified Date: November 18, 2021