Sectoral Share in Arizona, 2013
Note: Sectors are listed in order of the earnings per employee in the United States
Primarily due to large differences in the average wage across sectors, Arizona’s industrial composition looks different when measured by employment than when measured in dollars, such as by gross domestic product (GDP). The sectoral share based on GDP is higher in the real estate and rental, manufacturing, and wholesale trade sectors. In contrast, the sectoral share is higher based on employment in the accommodation and food services, administrative support, other services, retail trade, and health care and social assistance sectors.