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During the period 2001-2011, the Portland, OR and San Jose, CA metros experienced roughly the same and largest real GDP growth ($53 billion) among all metros in the information and communications technologies sector. Among all metros for the period, the Portland, OR and Corvallis, OR metros experienced the highest rates of growth in this GDP sector among all metros by a substantial margin.

Use the interactive table below to examine these and related characteristics of the Information and Communications Technology (ICT) producing industries as a component of metropolitan area GDP. ICT producing industries consist of computer and electronic products within durable-goods manufacturing; publishing, including software, and information and data processing services within information; and computer systems design and related services within professional and business services.

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  • Metro GDP ICT Sector: Information and Communications Technologies.
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As a component of all U.S. metropolitan real GDP, ICT industries were estimated to be $751 billion, or 6.3% of the total $11.9 trillion in 2011. This compares to $303 billion, or 2.9% of the total all U.S. metro $10.3 trillion GDP in 2001. All values measured in real dollars. In 2011, the ICT all metros GDP component was approximately the same size as the retail trade sector.

GDP by metropolitan area is the sub-state counterpart of the Nation's gross domestic product (GDP), the most comprehensive measure of U.S. economic activity. GDP by metropolitan area is derived as the sum of the GDP originating in all the industries in the metropolitan area. More about GDP. Data are for 2013 vintage Metropolitan Statistical Areas (MSAs) and based on estimates developed by the Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA). ProximityOne develops estimates of GDP industry level detail not provided by BEA, prepares custom model-based GDP component projections and conducts market potential analyses using GDP data.

Metro GDP Information & Communications Technology Sector 2001-2011 -- interactive table
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Table Notes and Usage
  • RGDP01 -- 2001 real GDP in millions of chained (2005) dollars
  • ... continues annually
  • RGDP11 -- 2011 real GDP in millions of chained (2005) dollars
  • RCh0111 -- real GDP in millions of chained (2005) dollars -- 2001-2011 change
  • %RCh0111 -- real GDP in millions of chained (2005) dollars -- 2001-2011 percent change

  • GDP01 -- 2001 current$ GDP in millions of dollars
  • ... continues annually
  • GDP11 -- 2011 current$ GDP in millions of dollars
  • Ch0111 -- current$ GDP in millions of dollars -- 2001-2011 change
  • %Ch0111 -- current$ GDP in millions of dollars -- 2001-2011 percent change

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-1 Not shown in order to avoid disclosure of confidential information; estimates included in higher level totals, or NA.

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