Mexico: per capita GDP per hour worked 2005-2017

In 2017, every person in Mexico was estimated to produce a Gross Domestic Product of 21.6 U.S. dollars per hour of work. In nominal values, the labour productivity per hour has been increasing almost uninterruptedly in Mexico during the past decade. In the time period shown, 2010 was the only year that reported a decrease in the value of GDP produced per capita for each hour of work.

Gross domestic product (GDP) per capita per hour worked in Mexico from 2005 to 2017

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Release date

August 2019



Survey time period

2005 to 2017

Special properties

In current prices and current purchasing power parity (PPP)

Supplementary notes

* The values are estimates.
The source did not provide an exact publication date. The release date given is the date of access.

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