Enterprise Honolulu

Hawaii GSP
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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

Industry

2008

All industry total

63847

 Private industries

48714

   Agriculture, forestry, fishing, and hunting

332

   Mining

74

   Utilities

1088

   Construction

3596

   Manufacturing

1091

   Wholesale trade

2094

   Retail trade

4495

   Transportation and warehousing, excluding Postal Service

2263

   Information

1391

   Finance and insurance

2454

   Real estate and rental and leasing

11449

   Professional and technical services

3042

   Management of companies and enterprises

699

   Administrative and waste services

2048

   Educational services

683

   Health care and social assistance

4235

   Arts, entertainment, and recreation

722

   Accommodation and food services

5365

   Other services, except government

1592

 Government

15133

(In Billion USD)


Source: U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of Economic Analysis