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Brookings LA Metro Data

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Brookings LA Metro Data

  1. 1. Los Angeles, CA EXPORT SCAN REAL EXPORTS (BN) EXPORT SHARE OF GDP (PCT) DIRECT EXPORT-SUPPORTED JOBS TOTAL EXPORT-SUPPORTED JOBS 180 160 140 120 100 80 60 RANK: 39 2003 2008 2013 LOS ANGELES REAL EXPORTS LOS ANGELES REAL GDP US REAL EXPORTS US REAL GDP ANNUALIZED GROWTH RATES 2008-2013 REAL EXPORTS RANK: 45 REAL GDP 91.5 61.6 10.9% 351,160 8.0% 263,350 540,430 439,150 A JOINT PROJECT OF BROOKINGS AND JPMORGAN CHASE RANK: 3 RANK: 2 RANK: 2 RANK: 2 RANK: 40 RANK: 2 RANK: 2 2.3% 0.6% RANK: 68 RECESSION 2013 2003
  2. 2. JPMORGAN CHASE AIRCRAFT PRODUCTS & PARTS: 10,660 (11.6%) ENTERTAINMENT SERVICES: 7,420 (8.1%) FILM & MUSIC INDUSTRY ROYALTIES: 4,450 (4.9%) PRECISION INSTRUMENTS: 4,300 (4.7%) PETROLEUM & COAL PRODUCTS: 3,150 (3.4%) AIRCRAFT PRODUCTS & PARTS: 10,660 (2.2 LQ) ENTERTAINMENT SERVICES: 7,420 (4.6 LQ) FILM & MUSIC INDUSTRY ROYALTIES: 4,450 (5.2 LQ) PRECISION INSTRUMENTS: 4,300 (2.2 LQ) MEDICAL EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES: 2,580 (2.2 LQ) TOP INDUSTRY SECTORS BY REAL EXPORTS (BN) 2013 4.6 26.6 13.5 51.5 ENTERTAINMENT SERVICES: 39,000 FOOD & DRINK SERVICES: 34,500 AIRCRAFT PRODUCTS & PARTS: 31,000 MANAGEMENT & CONSULTING: 20,140 FILM & MUSIC INDUSTRY ROYALTIES: 18,220 AIRCRAFT PRODUCTS & PARTS: 57,400 ENTERTAINMENT SERVICES: 35,800 MANAGEMENT & CONSULTING: 29,950 FILM & MUSIC INDUSTRY ROYALTIES: 29,760 PRECISION INSTRUMENTS: 22,520 AIRCRAFT PRODUCTS & PARTS: 11.6% ENTERTAINMENT SERVICES: 8.1% MANAGEMENT & CONSULTING: 4.9% INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ROYALTIES: 4.7% MEDICAL EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES: 3.4% 44.8 117.4 19.0 124.7 REAL EXPORTS (BN) DIRECT EXPORT-SUPPORTED JOBS (THS) MANUFACTURING TRAVEL+TOURISM INFO+TECH GENERAL BUSINESS ENGINEERING REST TOP FIVE INDUSTRIES BY REAL EXPORTS (MIL) 2013 TOP FIVE SPECIALIZED INDUSTRIES BY REAL EXPORTS (MIL) 2013 TOP FIVE INDUSTRIES BY DIRECT EXPORT-SUPPORTED JOBS 2013 TOP FIVE INDUSTRIES BY TOTAL EXPORT-SUPPORTED JOBS 2013 TOP FIVE INDUSTRIES BY SHARE OF 2003-2013 EXPORT GROWTH ● Exports in this database are domestic U.S. exports without waste, scrap, re-exports, used merchandise, goods returned to Canada, military transfers, government services, and expenditures of foreign embassies and international organizations in the U.S. Exports include goods and services and are estimated by production location; therefore, they do not match the U.S. Census Bureau’s estimates of state and metropolitan exports, which reflect origin-of-movement. Real Exports are inflation-adjusted by industry, in millions of 2013 dollars. LQ is short for location quotient, which represents the local export specialization in an industry relative to the national average. ● Direct export jobs are jobs supported by exports in that particular industry. Total export-supported jobs include direct export jobs as well as jobs supported by exports in the exporting industries supply chain. The value is based on the national multiplier for that industry and does not reflect an exact count of workers involved in the physical production of exports, but rather the number of jobs that a given amount of export sales can support.
  3. 3. California EXPORT SCAN REAL EXPORTS (BN) EXPORT SHARE OF GDP (PCT) DIRECT EXPORT-SUPPORTED JOBS TOTAL EXPORT-SUPPORTED JOBS 180 160 140 120 100 80 60 RANK: 30 2003 2008 2013 CA REAL EXPORTS CA REAL GDP US REAL EXPORTS US REAL GDP ANNUALIZED GROWTH RATES 2008-2013 REAL EXPORTS RANK: 24 REAL GDP 226.6 146.4 10.3% 825,380 7.6% 622,700 1,334,850 1,083,190 A JOINT PROJECT OF BROOKINGS AND JPMORGAN CHASE RANK: 2 RANK: 1 RANK: 1 RANK: 1 RANK: 29 RANK: 1 RANK: 1 2.1% 0.7% RANK: 39 RECESSION 2013 2003
  4. 4. JPMORGAN CHASE AIRCRAFT PRODUCTS & PARTS: 15,460 (6.8%) AGRICULTURE: 11,530 (5.1%) PETROLEUM & COAL PRODUCTS: 10,760 (4.7%) ENTERTAINMENT SERVICES: 10,180 (4.5%) PRECISION INSTRUMENTS: 8,770 (3.9%) ENTERTAINMENT SERVICES: 10,180 (2.6 LQ) COMPUTER EQUIPMENT: 7,710 (3.2 LQ) FILM & MUSIC INDUSTRY ROYALTIES: 6,050 (2.8 LQ) COMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT: 4,310 (2.2 LQ) FORESTRY & FISHING: 1,880 (2.1 LQ) TOP INDUSTRY SECTORS BY REAL EXPORTS (BN) 2013 FOOD & DRINK SERVICES: 73,030 AGRICULTURE: 57,990 ENTERTAINMENT SERVICES: 53,530 MANAGEMENT & CONSULTING: 47,310 AIRCRAFT PRODUCTS & PARTS: 44,960 AGRICULTURE: 91,280 AIRCRAFT PRODUCTS & PARTS: 83,260 MANAGEMENT & CONSULTING: 70,360 ENTERTAINMENT SERVICES: 49,150 FOOD & DRINK SERVICES: 47,570 PETROLEUM & COAL PRODUCTS: 6.8% INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ROYALTIES: 5.1% AIRCRAFT PRODUCTS & PARTS: 4.7% R & D SERVICES: 4.5% MANAGEMENT & CONSULTING: 3.9% 110.1 257.0 35.3 241.2 34.8 131.1 13.4 64.8 REAL EXPORTS (BN) DIRECT EXPORT-SUPPORTED JOBS (THS) MANUFACTURING TRAVEL+TOURISM INFO+TECH AGRICULTURE ENGINEERING REST TOP FIVE INDUSTRIES BY REAL EXPORTS (MIL) 2013 TOP FIVE SPECIALIZED INDUSTRIES BY REAL EXPORTS (MIL) 2013 TOP FIVE INDUSTRIES BY DIRECT EXPORT-SUPPORTED JOBS 2013 TOP FIVE INDUSTRIES BY TOTAL EXPORT-SUPPORTED JOBS 2013 TOP FIVE INDUSTRIES BY SHARE OF 2003-2013 EXPORT GROWTH ● Exports in this database are domestic U.S. exports without waste, scrap, re-exports, used merchandise, goods returned to Canada, military transfers, government services, and expenditures of foreign embassies and international organizations in the U.S. Exports include goods and services and are estimated by production location; therefore, they do not match the U.S. Census Bureau’s estimates of state and metropolitan exports, which reflect origin-of-movement. Real Exports are inflation-adjusted by industry, in millions of 2013 dollars. LQ is short for location quotient, which represents the local export specialization in an industry relative to the national average. ● Direct export jobs are jobs supported by exports in that particular industry. Total export-supported jobs include direct export jobs as well as jobs supported by exports in the exporting industries supply chain. The value is based on the national multiplier for that industry and does not reflect an exact count of workers involved in the physical production of exports, but rather the number of jobs that a given amount of export sales can support.
  5. 5. METRO METRO Los Angeles-Long Beach-Santa Ana, CA Profile How much does the metro trade? Where does the metro trade? What are the trade balances for each commodity? total goods trade international trade share $699.3 billion rank across 100 metros: 2 rank across 100 metros: 45 What does the metro trade? 14.5% Agricultural Products advanced industrial products all other goods $391.2 billion $308.1 billion Stones / Ores Energy Products Wood Products Textiles Metals Furniture Waste / Scrap Mixed Freight Chemicals / Plastics Machinery / Tools Electronics Transportation Equipment Precision Instruments Total For media inquiries, please contact Grace Palmer at 202/797-6231 or gpalmer@brookings.edu — to — Goods Trade in Metropolitan America $86.5 $100.7 $69.8 $104.7 $29.5 Chemicals/Plastics Machinery/Tools Electronics Transportation Equipment Precision Instruments $66.8 $1.3 $79.6 $24.2 $3.0 $11.3 $21.9 $61.0 $37.5 Agricultural Products Stones/Ores Energy Products Wood Products Textiles Metals Furniture Waste/Scrap Mixed Freight ($13.0) ($0.6) ($19.3) ($4.6) $13.5 ($0.6) $2.8 $0.4 $13.4 $3.9 $15.6 $19.4 $22.6 $10.6 $63.5 ($40) ($20) $0 $20 $40 $60 $80 Billions

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