July 13, 2010

Multifactor productivity in nonmanufacturing industries, 19872006

Multifactor productivity growth for 42 nonmanufacturing industries, compound annual rates of change, 19872006
Industry Compound annual rates of change, 19872006

Securities, commodity contracts, and investments

7.2

Computer systems design and related services

2.9

Warehousing and storage

2.7

Rail transportation

2.6

Retail trade

2.2

Air transportation

2.0

Publishing industries (includes software)

1.9

Broadcasting and telecommunications

1.9

Mining, except oil and gas

1.7

Wholesaletrade

1.6

Farms

1.5

Social assistance

1.2

Truck transportation

1.0

Pipeline transportation

1.0

Performing arts, spectator sports, museums, and related activities

1.0

Other transportation and support activities

0.8

Utilities

0.7

Information and data processing services

0.7

Water transportation

0.6

Waste management and remediation services

0.5

Miscellaneous professional, scientific, and technical services

0.4

Accommodation

0.4

Real estate

0.3

Administrative and support services

0.0

Amusements, gambling, and recreation industries

0.0

Educational services

-0.1

Food services and drinking places

-0.1

Management of companies and enterprises

-0.2

Federal Reserve banks, credit intermediation, and related activities

-0.3

Support activities for mining

-0.4

Motion picture and sound recording industries

-0.4

Other services, except government

-0.5

Oil and gas extraction

-0.6

Insurance carriers and related activities

-0.6

Forestry, fishing, andrelated activities

-0.7

Funds, trusts, and other financial vehicles

-0.7

Ambulatory health care services

-0.7

Transit and ground passenger transportation

-0.8

Construction

-0.9

Hospitals and nursing and residential care facilities

-0.9

Legal services

-1.7

Rental and leasing services and lessors of intangible assets

-2.3

These data featured in the TED article, Multifactor productivity in nonmanufacturing industries, 19872006.

 

 

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