GDP of the Los Angeles metro area from 2001 to 2016 (in billion U.S. dollars)

Los Angeles metro area - GDP 2001-2016 This graph shows the GDP of the Los Angeles metro area from 2001 to 2016. In 2016, its GDP amounted to 1 trillion U.S. dollars.
The overall quarterly GDP growth in the United States can be found here.

Gross domestic product of Los Angeles

With a population of over 3.9 million inhabitants in 2011, Los Angeles is the second largest city in America, following only New York. The Los Angeles metro area also ranked second among U.S. metro areas in terms of gross metropolitan product, second again only to New York City metro area, which came in with a GMP of USD 1.287 trillion to Los Angeles’ 755 billion USD in 2011. Chicago metro area ranked third with GMP of 547 billion U.S. dollars. Washington metro area ranked fourth with 434 billion U.S. dollars in 2011. Additional detailed statistics about GDP and GMP in the United States is available here.

Despite Los Angeles’ high GDP, L.A. did not do as well as some cities in terms of median household income. Los Angeles ranked 11th with a median household income of 48,466 U.S. dollars annually in 2013. This was lower than the median household income of the United States in 2013, which came in at 51,939 U.S. dollars annually.

Located in Southern California, Los Angeles is home to Hollywood, the famous epicenter of the U.S. film and television industries. The United States is one of the leading film markets worldwide, producing 817 films in 2011, many of them produced by Hollywood-based studios. In 2012, movie ticket sales in North America generated over 10.8 billion U.S. dollars in box office revenue. Famous Hollywood actresses earn millions annually, with the best paid, Angelina Jolie, earning 33 million U.S. dollars between June 2012 and June 2013. Second on the list was Jennifer Lawernce with earnings of 26 million U.S. dollars.
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GDP in billion U.S. dollars
2001544.15
2002568.54
2003600.41
2004645.36
2005682.59
2006728.73
2007761.7
2008788.13
2009752.77
2010762.57
2011782.57
2012821.77
2013852.51
2014903.1
2015963.45
2016*1,001.68
GDP in billion U.S. dollars
2001544.15
2002568.54
2003600.41
2004645.36
2005682.59
2006728.73
2007761.7
2008788.13
2009752.77
2010762.57
2011782.57
2012821.77
2013852.51
2014903.1
2015963.45
2016*1,001.68
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This graph shows the GDP of the Los Angeles metro area from 2001 to 2016. In 2016, its GDP amounted to 1 trillion U.S. dollars.
The overall quarterly GDP growth in the United States can be found here.

Gross domestic product of Los Angeles

With a population of over 3.9 million inhabitants in 2011, Los Angeles is the second largest city in America, following only New York. The Los Angeles metro area also ranked second among U.S. metro areas in terms of gross metropolitan product, second again only to New York City metro area, which came in with a GMP of USD 1.287 trillion to Los Angeles’ 755 billion USD in 2011. Chicago metro area ranked third with GMP of 547 billion U.S. dollars. Washington metro area ranked fourth with 434 billion U.S. dollars in 2011. Additional detailed statistics about GDP and GMP in the United States is available here.

Despite Los Angeles’ high GDP, L.A. did not do as well as some cities in terms of median household income. Los Angeles ranked 11th with a median household income of 48,466 U.S. dollars annually in 2013. This was lower than the median household income of the United States in 2013, which came in at 51,939 U.S. dollars annually.

Located in Southern California, Los Angeles is home to Hollywood, the famous epicenter of the U.S. film and television industries. The United States is one of the leading film markets worldwide, producing 817 films in 2011, many of them produced by Hollywood-based studios. In 2012, movie ticket sales in North America generated over 10.8 billion U.S. dollars in box office revenue. Famous Hollywood actresses earn millions annually, with the best paid, Angelina Jolie, earning 33 million U.S. dollars between June 2012 and June 2013. Second on the list was Jennifer Lawernce with earnings of 26 million U.S. dollars.
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September 2017
Region
United States
Survey time period
2001 to 2016
Supplementary notes
The Los Angeles metropolitan area, also known as Metropolitan Los Angeles or the Southland, is the 13th largest metropolitan area in the world and the second-largest metropolitan area in the United States. The metropolitan area is defined by the United States Census Bureau as the Los Angeles-Long Beach-Santa Ana metropolitan area. This area consists of Los Angeles and Orange counties.

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