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Table Data - Total Factor Productivity for Transportation and Warehousing: Line-Haul Railroads (NAICS 482111) in the United States

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Title Total Factor Productivity for Transportation and Warehousing: Line-Haul Railroads (NAICS 482111) in the United States
Series ID IPUIN482111M000000000
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 2024-06-27 9:37 AM CDT
Notes Total factor productivity is the efficiency at which combined inputs are used to produce output of goods and services. The total factor productivity indexes do not measure the specific contributions of capital, labor, and intermediate inputs. Rather, they reflect the joint influences on economic growth of a number of factors that are not specifically accounted for on the input side, including technological change, returns to scale, improved skills of the workforce, better management techniques, or other efficiency improvements.
DATE VALUE
1987-01-01 57.974
1988-01-01 61.498
1989-01-01 63.245
1990-01-01 64.997
1991-01-01 67.476
1992-01-01 72.058
1993-01-01 75.160
1994-01-01 76.752
1995-01-01 80.780
1996-01-01 84.894
1997-01-01 84.495
1998-01-01 83.382
1999-01-01 84.439
2000-01-01 87.438
2001-01-01 88.748
2002-01-01 91.626
2003-01-01 94.194
2004-01-01 96.117
2005-01-01 95.517
2006-01-01 100.531
2007-01-01 96.010
2008-01-01 100.136
2009-01-01 92.102
2010-01-01 98.612
2011-01-01 97.574
2012-01-01 98.356
2013-01-01 98.941
2014-01-01 100.377
2015-01-01 97.647
2016-01-01 97.156
2017-01-01 100.000
2018-01-01 100.869
2019-01-01 98.919
2020-01-01 89.981
2021-01-01 96.555

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