Economic Progress

Employment rates and economic growth: the next decade of the American economy

We find that the US economy will grow 2.5% per year. Image: REUTERS/Lucas Jackson

Dale W. Jorgenson

Samuel W. Morris University Professor, Harvard University

Mun S. Ho

Economist, Harvard University

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 Employment–population ratio by gender, age and education
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Contribution of industry groups to aggregate productivity, 2014-2024
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Range of labour productivity projections, 2014-2024
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 Range of US potential output projections, 2014-2024
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