Oregon economic development, GDP size and rank
The economy of Oregon has grown from a $112 billion economy in year 2000 to a more than $160 billion economy during this decade.
Oregon economic development and output
The economic output of the state of Oregon was $162 billion in 2008. That figure is based on current 2008 dollars (nominal GDP), while the inflation adjusted GDP, real GDP, based on prices in the year 2000, was $147 billion in 2008, according to data from the U.S. Department of Commerce.
The data for economic growth show Oregon GDP grew at 2.1% in nominal terms in 2008 compared to 2007, in real terms the growth was 1.6%.
During the years of 2000-2008, Oregon GDP grew at an annual rate of 4.6% in nominal terms and in real terms the economy grew by 3.4%.
Oregon economy rank
Manufacturing led all sectors in the state's economy. Manufacturing contributed $30.2 billion in economic development in 2008, that's 18.7% of the total economic output of Oregon.
Coming in second adding $21.2 billion, the real estate sector was responsible for 13.1% of the Oregon economy in 2008.
Government, healthcare, wholesale trade
Government accounted for 12.8% of the economic output with a contribution of $20.7 billion.
Ranking fourth and fifth biggest sectors in the state were healthcare $13 billion and wholesale trade $10.5 billion, respectively.