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Table Data - Contribution of Capital Intensity to Labor Productivity for Manufacturing: Navigational, Measuring, Electromedical, and Control Instruments Manufacturing (NAICS 33451) in the United States

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Title Contribution of Capital Intensity to Labor Productivity for Manufacturing: Navigational, Measuring, Electromedical, and Control Instruments Manufacturing (NAICS 33451) in the United States
Series ID IPUEN33451C070000000
Source U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
Release Industry Productivity
Seasonal Adjustment Not Seasonally Adjusted
Frequency Annual
Units Index 2017=100
Date Range 1987-01-01 to 2021-01-01
Last Updated 2024-04-26 9:16 AM CDT
Notes Contribution of capital intensity is the portion of labor productivity change attributed to capital services. Capital services are the flow of the services derived from physical assets (equipment, structures, inventories, and land) and intellectual property used to produce output.
DATE VALUE
1987-01-01 88.459
1988-01-01 88.685
1989-01-01 89.114
1990-01-01 90.209
1991-01-01 91.675
1992-01-01 93.105
1993-01-01 93.668
1994-01-01 94.085
1995-01-01 95.097
1996-01-01 94.329
1997-01-01 94.335
1998-01-01 95.121
1999-01-01 96.241
2000-01-01 97.344
2001-01-01 98.212
2002-01-01 99.495
2003-01-01 99.586
2004-01-01 99.995
2005-01-01 99.474
2006-01-01 99.691
2007-01-01 99.539
2008-01-01 99.615
2009-01-01 100.645
2010-01-01 100.917
2011-01-01 100.936
2012-01-01 101.050
2013-01-01 100.909
2014-01-01 100.978
2015-01-01 100.427
2016-01-01 100.471
2017-01-01 100.000
2018-01-01 99.915
2019-01-01 99.529
2020-01-01 100.604
2021-01-01 100.209

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