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Gross Domestic Product Per Capita, Inflation-Adjusted Percent Change

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In the nine years through 2013, representing an entire economic cycle, inflation-adjusted GDP per capita growth averaged 0.48 percent per year nationally, but Arizona experienced an annual average decrease of 0.43 percent. Two of Arizona’s seven metro areas — Flagstaff and Sierra Vista —exceeded the national metro average of 0.37 percent. The state’s other metro areas experienced a decrease in real GDP per employee, ranging from 0.2 percent per year in the Tucson area to 1.2 percent or more per year in the Prescott, Yuma, and lake Havasu City areas.