Major Sector Productivity (MSP) is a Bureau of Labor Statistics program that produces measures of productivity for six U.S. major industry sectors in the United States: business, nonfarm business, nonfinancial corporations, total manufacturing, durable goods manufacturing, and nondurable goods manufacturing. BLS compiles and analyzes a wide array of data produced by government statistical agencies and nongovernmental organizations to measure productivity.
|Quick Facts: Productivity Measures: Business Sector and Major Subsectors
|How the data are obtained
|Multiple data sources
|Periodicity of data availability