United States Economy Data

Figure 1: Gross Domestic Product (GDP, $Trillions) 2015
Figure 2: GDP Growth Rate 2014-2015
Figure 3: Taxes as Percent of GDP - 2015
Figure 4: Public Debt as Percent of GDP - 2015
Figure 5: Aggregate Industry National Revenue (GDP) - 2015
Figure 6: Percent of Full Time Hours Worked (of 40 hrs)
Figure 7: Population Percent Below Poverty
Figure 8: United States, US Median Earnings per Worker
Figure 9: United States, US Median Household Income
Figure 10: United States Individual Earnings Distribution
Figure 11: Male vs. Female Median Earnings
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Figure 13: United States, US Avg Hourly Earnings
Figure 14: People Self Employed in United States, US
Figure 15: United States Median Household Income By Age Group
Figure 16: Median Household Income By Race
Figure 17: United States Source of Income
Figure 18: United States, US Unemployment Rate
Figure 19: United States, US Labor Force Participation
Figure 20: United States Monthly Unemployment Rate
Figure 21: United States Monthly Labor Force Participation
Figure 22: United States Components of Employment Status
Figure 23: Part Time vs. Full Time Employment
Figure 24: United States, US Avg Hrs Worked in Week
Figure 25: United States, US Families with a Single Earner
Figure 26: United States, US Families with No One Working
Figure 27: Population Living In Poverty
Figure 28: Percent of Population in Poverty
Figure 29: Poverty Break Out by Age Group
Figure 30: Poverty Break Out by Race
Figure 31: United States Poverty and Marriage Status
Figure 32: United States Poverty and Education Attainment Level
Figure 33: United States In Poverty and Working Status
Figure 34: United States, US Households with Public Assistance
Figure 35: United States, US Gini Index of Income Inequality
Figure 36: United States Mode of Transportation to Work
Figure 37: Transportation to Work - United States
Figure 38: Transportation to Work - All States
Figure 39: United States, US Time Leaving For Work
Figure 40: Time in Minutes Spent Commuting to Work
Figure 41: United States, US Average Commute Time in Minutes
Figure 42: United States, US People who both Work and Live in the Same City
Figure 43: United States Detailed breakout of age groups by means of transportation to work
Figure 44: United States, US Vehicles available
Figure 45: United States, US Average Commute Time for Male vs. Female
Figure 46: United States Median Annual Earnings by High Level Industry Groups
Figure 47: Men-Median Annual Earnings by High Level Industry Groups
Figure 48: Women-Median Annual Earnings by High Level Industry Groups
Figure 49: United States Median Annual Earnings by Job Category
Figure 50: Men-Median Annual Earnings by Job Category
Figure 51: Women-Median Annual Earnings by Job Category
Figure 52: Job Categories with Annual Earnings for United States - Click Columns to Sort
Figure 53: Detailed Jobs - Median Annual Earnings (click columns to sort/page numbers turn pages)
Figure 54: Number of Self Employed People by Industry in United States
Figure 55: United States Number of Self Employed People by Detailed Industry Grouping
Figure 56: United States, US Average Annual Self Employment Income
Figure 57: Total Self Employed Men and Women
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