In 2008, the Gross State Product of Hawai'i reached $63.85 billion, up from $61.69 billion in 2007. The private sector contributes 76% to the gross state product. 'Real Estate, rental and leasing' is the biggest private sector industry, contributing 18% of the state's 2008 output. Retail and wholesale trade together account for 10% of the state's GSP.
Other major industries in Hawaii are construction (5.6%), Health care and social assistance (6.6%) and Accommodation and food services (8.4%)
Government accounts for 24% of the state’s GSP.
2010 CEDS Economic Overview Chapters
Agriculture, forestry, fishing, and
Transportation and warehousing, excluding