Statista’s U.S. state and industry comparison benchmark study

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About the data set

Statista’s U.S. state and industry comparison benchmark study

This study includes U.S. employment and GDP data, by both sector and industry, broken down by state. For the purpose of this study, a sector represents a specific subdivision of the economy, in which various industries are contained.

This up-to-date industry report will assist you in answering questions such as:

  • Which sectors and/or industries in the U.S. represent the largest portion of GDP?
  • Which state contributes to the greatest portion of U.S. GDP as a whole, or by a specific sector or industry?
  • What state provides the greatest employment opportunities in a specific sector and/or industry?

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