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(by major sector)
(by detailed industry)
Productivity and costs measures are published for six major sectors: Business, non-farm business, non-financial corporations, total manufacturing, durable goods manufacturing, and nondurable goods manufacturing.
The International Labor Comparisons program publishes comparative statistical information on labor conditions and developments abroad. Comparisons are provided for productivity, gross domestic product, hourly compensation, consumer prices, labor force and unemployment.
The Industry Productivity and Costs program produces annual measures of output per hour and unit labor costs for U.S. industries at the
2-, 3-, 4-, 5- and 6-digit level as defined in the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS).
Annual indexes for industries and major sectors of the economy that relate output to labor, capital, and--in some cases--other inputs.