- consumer confidence index, economy, GDP growth, innovation clusters, personal consumption expenditures, population, population density, unemployement rate, US population, wealthiest cities
Here are some interesting statistics on the US market, gathered from some of our recent presenters.
The US is the world’s biggest economy, equivalent to about 1/4 of the world’s GDP
US Population is 322 million in 2015
Approximately 60% of the population is living east of the Mississippi River, however migration to the South and West continues.
Here are some key comparisons between US and Denmark on population size, GDP per capita, number of companies, sales of apparel and footwear, and 2014 imports / exports.
US unemployment rate is lowest since before 2008, around 5%.
US Consumer Confidence Index is at the highest levels since 2008 financial crisis.
Personal consumption expenditures are growing
The West Coast, Rocky Mountain Area, and Texas are experienced good GDP growth
Here are the Top 12 Cities in terms of wealth:
Mature innovation clusters are mainly located on the coasts, however clusters are emerging in many non-traditional locations, like Denver, Minneapolis, Kansas City and Portland.