The Biggest Industry In Every State Of 2022
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In a recent Forbes article, we examined U.S. GDP by state and which states have seen the fastest growth in GDP. Here, we’re focusing on what are the biggest industries in each U.S. in terms of their real GDP as of fourth quarter 2021, the latest data available from the Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA). Real GDP is a more accurate measure of economic output because nominal GDP doesn’t take into effect inflation, and thus makes it appear as though GDP is on a near constant march upward year after year, when in reality the value of economic output may have not increased. Real GDP figures here are in chained 2012 dollars.

Read on to find out the biggest industry by GDP in all 50 states plus the District of Columbia.

Alabama

Biggest industry in Alabama: Manufacturing

Nominal GDP: $42.06 billion

Real GDP: $38.23 billion

Manufacturing is the largest industry by GDP in Alabama, as of fourth quarter 2021. With approximately $38.23 billion in output, Alabama’s manufacturing industry has always been strong. Over the last five years, Alabama’s manufacturing output rose by 14.2%, from $33.46 billion to $38.23 billion. Overall, the Alabama GDP for all industries total is $207.83 billion, in real GDP terms. This means that manufacturing in Alabama accounts for 18.4% of the state’s total economic output.

Alaska

Biggest industry in Alaska: Mining, quarrying, and oil and gas extraction

Nominal GDP: $7.92 billion

Real GDP: $10.18 billion

Mining, quarrying, and oil and gas extraction is the biggest industry and contributor to the total Alaska GDP of $50.72 billion. It accounts for 20.1%, or a little over a fifth, of Alaska’s economic output in fourth quarter 2021.

Arizona

Biggest industry in Arizona: Real estate and rental and leasing

Nominal GDP: $63.35 billion

Real GDP: $50.82 billion

The total Arizona GDP for fourth quarter 2021 is an estimated $343.94 billion. Arizona’s biggest industry — real estate and rental and leasing — accounts for 14.8% of the state’s total economic output. Over the last 10 years, real estate and rental and leasing industry output has increased by nearly a quarter (24.1%): From $40.96 billion in fourth quarter 2011, to $50.82 billion in fourth quarter 2021.

Arkansas

Biggest industry in Arkansas: Manufacturing

Nominal GDP: $22.56 billion

Real GDP: $19.08 billion

Arkansas is one of many states in which the manufacturing industry is the dominant industry in terms of value of output. The Arkansas GDP of all industries in total is an estimated $122.27 billion, as of fourth quarter 2021, and manufacturing accounts for 15.6% of this total.

California

Biggest industry in California: Information

Nominal GDP: $370.8 billion

Real GDP: $434.79 billion

The California GDP of all industries in total is an estimated $2.95 trillion, which the information industry accounting for 14.8% of this total economic output. California’s information industry has grown by leaps and bounds over the years, faster than all other industries. From fourth quarter 2016 to fourth quarter 2021, the information industry real GDP grew by 67.5%, $259.57 billion to $434.79 billion, respectively. And over the last 10 years, information industry real GDP grew by an incredible 191.9%, from $148.96 billion in fourth quarter 2011 to where it stands now.

Colorado

Biggest industry in Colorado: Real estate and rental and leasing

Nominal GDP: $64.03 billion

Real GDP: $51.03 billion

Colorado’s real estate and rental and leasing industry has always been the biggest industry in the state, going back to 2011. Though it is still the largest industry in the state in terms of real GDP, real estate and rental and leasing actually accounted for a larger portion of the total Colorado GDP back in 2011, when it contributed between 15% to 15.2% to Colorado’s total economic output. As of fourth quarter 2021, real estate and rental and leasing accounts for 13.7% of Colorado GDP, which is equal to $373.1 billion in total, in fourth quarter 2021.

Connecticut

Biggest industry in Connecticut: Finance and insurance

Nominal GDP: $46.80 billion

Real GDP: $35.12 billion

Connecticut’s finance and insurance industry has consistently been the state’s strongest industry in terms of real economic output. But in the past, it was sometimes overtaken by Connecticut’s real estate and rental and leasing industry, but not anymore. As of fourth quarter 2021, the Connecticut GDP for all industries in total was $251.07 billion, with its finance and insurance industry accounting for 14% of that total.

Delaware

Biggest industry in Delaware: Finance and insurance

Nominal GDP: $22.35 billion

Real GDP: $15.48 billion

Delaware is home to many headquarters of corporations, including financial businesses. With an estimated real GDP of $15.48 billion, the finance and insurance industry accounts for 23.5% of the total Delaware GDP of $65.87 billion. However, Delaware’s finance and insurance industry is actually down 9.6% in real economic output compared to five years ago, when its real GDP was $17.12 billion in fourth quarter 2016.

District of Columbia

Biggest industry in DC: Federal civilian government

Nominal GDP: $43.31 billion

Real GDP: $35.49 billion

Not surprisingly, the largest industry in the nation’s capital is federal civilian government, with a real GDP of $35.49 billion in fourth quarter 2021. This industry accounts for 27.8% of the total DC GDP of $127.7 billion, though its contribution to total GDP has actually declined slightly over the years. Back in first quarter 2011, the federal civilian government accounted for 29.8% of total DC GDP in real output.

Florida

Biggest industry in Florida: Real estate and rental and leasing

Nominal GDP: $236.03 billion

Real GDP: $188.76 billion

Florida GDP ranks among the largest in the U.S., with a total real GDP of over $1.03 trillion in fourth quarter 2021. Florida’s real estate and rental and leasing industry accounts for 18.2% of total Florida GDP. Over the last 10 years, Florida’s real estate and rental and leasing industry has increased by 42.5%, from a real GDP of $132.44 billion in fourth quarter 2011 to $188.76 billion in fourth quarter 2021.

Georgia

Biggest industry in Georgia: Real estate and rental and leasing

Nominal GDP: $100.43 billion

Real GDP: $81.79 billion

Georgia GDP totals an estimated $580.63 billion in real economic output for fourth quarter 2021. And Georgia’s real estate and rental and leasing industry accounts for 14.1% of that total. Over the years, this industry’s contribution to the total Georgia GDP has increased noticeably, from accounting for 11.8% in first quarter 2011, up to 14.1% in fourth quarter 2021. Real estate and rental and leasing has also seen its real economic output rise by more than 50% over the last 10 years, from $54.21 billion in fourth quarter 2011 to $81.79 billion in fourth quarter 2021.

Hawaii

Biggest industry in Hawaii: Real estate and rental and leasing

Nominal GDP: $16.47 billion

Real GDP: $13.23 billion

The largest industry in Hawaii is the real estate and rental and leasing industry, with a real GDP of $13.23 billion. That accounts for 17.4% of Hawaii GDP in real terms in fourth quarter 2021, which stands at $75.98 billion in total.

Idaho

Biggest industry in Idaho: Real estate and rental and leasing

Nominal GDP: $12.9 billion

Real GDP: $10.22 billion

Idaho’s real estate and rental and leasing industry is the biggest in the state in terms of real economic output. As of fourth quarter 2021, total Idaho GDP is $79.08 billion, of which the real estate and rental and leasing industry accounts for 12.9% of it.

Illinois

Biggest industry in Illinois: Manufacturing

Nominal GDP: $128.21 billion

Real GDP: $109.88 billion

As is common with states of the Midwest, manufacturing is the largest industry in Illinois, with a real economic output valued at $109.88 billion in fourth quarter 2021. This accounts for 14% of the total Illinois GDP of $784.94 in fourth quarter 2021. What’s more, over the last five years, Illinois’s manufacturing industry has grown by 14% in real output, from $96.43 billion in fourth quarter 2016 to $109.88 billion in fourth quarter 2021.

Indiana

Biggest industry in Indiana: Manufacturing

Nominal GDP: $118.03 billion

Real GDP: $103.97 billion

The manufacturing industry is still king in Indiana, with a real GDP of $103.97 billion, dwarfing the output of the second-largest industry — real estate and rental and leasing — which was an estimated $34.87 billion in fourth quarter 2021. Total Indiana GDP in fourth quarter 2021 was $357.28 billion and manufacturing accounts for an impressive 29.1% of that total.

Iowa

Biggest industry in Iowa: Manufacturing

Nominal GDP: $39.93 billion

Real GDP: $31.71 billion

As of fourth quarter 2021, Iowa GDP is approximately $140.05 billion in real terms, and the manufacturing industry accounts for 17.6% of that total. Iowa’s manufacturing industry has grown by 17.3% in real GDP from five years, from $27.03 billion in fourth quarter 2016 to $31.71 billion in fourth quarter 2021.

Kansas

Biggest industry in Kansas: Manufacturing

Nominal GDP: $30.92 billion

Real GDP: $27.05 billion

Manufacturing is the top industry in Kansas, reporting real economic output valued at $27.05 billion in fourth quarter 2021. For that same period, total Kansas GDP was an estimated $163.26 billion, and thus manufacturing accounts for 16.6% of total state real GDP.

Kentucky

Biggest industry in Kentucky: Manufacturing

Nominal GDP: $43.09 billion

Real GDP: $37.68 billion

The manufacturing industry has long been Kentucky’s most robust industry in terms of real economic output. Out of the total estimated Kentucky GDP of $196.95 billion in fourth quarter 2021, manufacturing accounts for 19.1% of it.

Louisiana

Biggest industry in Louisiana: Manufacturing

Nominal GDP: $45.77 billion

Real GDP: $49.85 billion

Home to the Big Easy, Louisiana’s top industry in terms of real GDP is its manufacturing industry. With a real economic output of $49.85 billion in fourth quarter 2021, the state’s manufacturing industry accounts for more than a fifth (21.6%) of total Louisiana GDP, which is $230.53 billion in fourth quarter 2021.

Maine

Biggest industry in Maine: Real estate and rental and leasing

Nominal GDP: $12.64 billion

Real GDP: $10.03 billion

As with some other New England states, the biggest industry in Maine is the real estate and rental and leasing industry. With a real GDP of roughly $10.03 billion in fourth quarter 2021, the real estate and rental and leasing industry accounted for 15.9% of total Maine GDP, which was $62.88 billion in fourth quarter 2021.

Maryland

Biggest industry in Maryland: Real estate and rental and leasing

Nominal GDP: $64.98 billion

Real GDP: $52.47 billion

Maryland GDP in real terms was an estimated $367.54 billion in fourth quarter 2021. For that same period, Maryland’s real estate and rental and leasing industry accounted for 15.9% of the state’s total GDP. Despite this, Maryland’s real estate and rental and leasing industry’s GDP has actually declined by 10.1% over the last five years: From $58.38 billion in fourth quarter 2016 to $52.47 billion in fourth quarter 2021.

Massachusetts

Biggest industry in Massachusetts: Professional, scientific, and technical services

Nominal GDP: $94.89 billion

Real GDP: $89.04 billion

Massachusetts GDP in real terms was $543.33 billion in fourth quarter 2021, up 13.8% from five years before. Massachusetts’s professional, scientific, and technical services industry accounts for 16.4% of the state’s total real GDP.

Michigan

Biggest industry in Michigan: Manufacturing

Nominal GDP: $107.71 billion

Real GDP: $92.05 billion

Home to the Motor City, Michigan is still heavily a manufacturing state. Total Michigan GDP in real terms in fourth quarter 2021 was an estimated $481.77 billion, with the state’s manufacturing industry accounting for nearly a fifth of total GDP (19.1%).

Minnesota

Biggest industry in Minnesota: Manufacturing

Nominal GDP: $59.57 billion

Real GDP: $53.25 billion

Minnesota’s largest industry in real GDP terms is manufacturing, which accounted for 15.2% of total Minnesota GDP ($351.25 billion) in fourth quarter 2021. Over the last 10 years, Minnesota’s manufacturing industry has increased real economic output by 23.5%: From an estimated $43.13 billion in fourth quarter 2011 to $53.25 billion in fourth quarter 2021.

Mississippi

Biggest industry in Mississippi: Manufacturing

Nominal GDP: $19.38 billion

Real GDP: $17.58 billion

Manufacturing is the biggest industry in Mississippi, with a real GDP of an estimated $17.58 billion in fourth quarter 2021, accounting for 16.7% of total Mississippi GDP, which was $105.04 billion in fourth quarter 2021.

Missouri

Biggest industry in Missouri: Manufacturing

Nominal GDP: $46.22 billion

Real GDP: $37.16 billion

Missouri is yet another Midwest state where the biggest industry is manufacturing, which reported a real GDP of $37.16 billion in fourth quarter 2021. That made manufacturing account for 12.4% of total Missouri GDP of $299.17 billion in the same period.

Montana

Biggest industry in Montana: Real estate and rental and leasing

Nominal GDP: $8.16 billion

Real GDP: $6.53 billion

Montana has become a hotspot for real estate, and thus the state’s real estate and rental and leasing industry has become the largest industry in the state in terms of real GDP. Total Montana GDP was an estimated $49.77 billion in real economic output, and the real estate and rental and leasing industry accounted for 13.1% of it.

Nebraska

Biggest industry in Nebraska: Manufacturing

Nominal GDP: $18.72 billion

Real GDP: $14.43 billion

The manufacturing industry in Nebraska has always been one of the principal contributors to the state’s overall economic output. As of fourth quarter 2021, Nebraska GDP totaled an estimated $123.42 billion, with its manufacturing industry accounting for 11.7% of that total economic output. This is an improvement over where it was five years ago, when manufacturing’s real GDP was 10.95 billion in fourth quarter 2016 and contributed only 9.6% to the total Nebraska GDP.

Nevada

Biggest industry in Nevada: Real estate and rental and leasing

Nominal GDP: $28.64 billion

Real GDP: $23.24 billion

Nevada has become a top state for Americans on the move and looking for a new place to settle down. As a result, Nevada’s real estate and rental and leasing industry has been particularly strong for some years now. In fourth quarter 2021, Nevada GDP for all industries combined was $159.71 billion. The state’s real estate and rental and leasing industry accounts for 14.6% of that total.

New Hampshire

Biggest industry in New Hampshire: Real estate and rental and leasing

Nominal GDP: $14.82 billion

Real GDP: $11.78 billion

Like its neighbor Vermont, New Hampshire’s largest industry is real estate and rental and leasing. As of fourth quarter 2021, New Hampshire GDP is $83.72 billion in real economic output, with the state’s real estate and rental and leasing industry accounting for 14.1% of its total real GDP.

New Jersey

Biggest industry in New Jersey: Real estate and rental and leasing

Nominal GDP: $106 billion

Real GDP: $84.41 billion

New Jersey GDP in real terms stood at $572.75 billion as of fourth quarter 2021. During that period, New Jersey’s real estate and rental and leasing industry accounted for 14.7% of total state GDP. However, New Jersey’s real estate and rental and leasing industry has declined by 2.2% over the last 10 years in terms of real output: From $86.34 billion in fourth quarter 2011 to $84.41 billion in fourth quarter 2021.

New Mexico

Biggest industry in New Mexico: Mining, quarrying, and oil and gas extraction

Nominal GDP: $12.32 billion

Real GDP: $14.94 billion

In nominal GDP terms, New Mexico’s biggest industry is state and local government, but in real GDP terms, the largest is the mining, quarrying, and oil and gas extraction industry. New Mexico GDP in real terms was an estimated $96.49 billion in fourth quarter 2021, and the state’s mining, quarrying, and oil and gas extraction industry accounted for 15.5% of that total.

New York

Biggest industry in New York: Finance and insurance

Nominal GDP: $410.19 billion

Real GDP: $267.86 billion

Home to Wall Street, it’s not surprising that New York’s largest industry in terms of real GDP is the finance and insurance industry. New York GDP in fourth quarter 2021 totaled an estimated $1.52 trillion, and the state’s finance and insurance industry accounted for 17.7% of it.

North Carolina

Biggest industry in North Carolina: Manufacturing

Nominal GDP: $118.99 billion

Real GDP: $94.49 billion

Like its neighbor to the south, North Carolina’s largest industry in terms of real economic output is manufacturing. In fourth quarter 2021, the state’s manufacturing industry accounted for 17.4% of total North Carolina GDP, which was $544.02 billion in fourth quarter 2021.

North Dakota

Biggest industry in North Dakota: Mining, quarrying, and oil and gas extraction

Nominal GDP: $11.43 billion

Real GDP: $12.24 billion

Being home to a recent energy boom, it’s understandable that North Dakota’s largest industry is mining, quarrying, and oil and gas extraction, which accounted for 22% of total North Dakota GDP in fourth quarter 2021, when the state’s total real GDP was $55.53 billion.

Ohio

Biggest industry in Ohio: Manufacturing

Nominal GDP: $124.52 billion

Real GDP: $109.41 billion

The largest industry in terms of real GDP is the manufacturing industry, which has grown by 11.9% over the last 10 years: From an estimated $97.79 billion in fourth quarter 2011 to $109.41 billion in fourth quarter 2021. Manufacturing now accounts for 17.5% of total Ohio GDP in real terms.

Oklahoma

Biggest industry in Oklahoma: Mining, quarrying, and oil and gas extraction

Nominal GDP: $19.83 billion

Real GDP: $35.29 billion

In nominal GDP terms, both the real estate and rental and leasing industry and the manufacturing industry in Oklahoma rank higher than mining, quarrying, and oil and gas extraction. But when looking at it in real GDP terms, mining, quarrying, and oil and gas extraction takes the cake, with its $35.29 billion output accounting for 17.5% of total Oklahoma GDP, which was $198.83 billion in fourth quarter 2021.

Oregon

Biggest industry in Oregon: Manufacturing

Nominal GDP: $38.22 billion

Real GDP: $35.36 billion

Oregon is another state in which its largest industry changes depending on whether you’re talking in terms of nominal GDP versus real GDP. In nominal GDP terms, the largest industry is real estate and rental and leasing. But since we’re talking about real GDP, Oregon’s largest industry is manufacturing, whose estimated $35.36 billion output in fourth quarter 2021 accounts for 15.4% of total Oregon GDP of $229.88 billion.

Pennsylvania

Biggest industry in Pennsylvania: Manufacturing

Nominal GDP: $113.17 billion

Real GDP: $98.6 billion

The largest industry in the Keystone State is manufacturing, which has experienced growth of 17.9% over the last five years: From $83.61 billion in fourth quarter 2016 to $98.6 billion in fourth quarter 2021. Pennsylvania GDP in fourth quarter 2021 in real terms was $726.16 billion and manufacturing accounts for 13.6% of that.

Rhode Island

Biggest industry in Rhode Island: Real estate and rental and leasing

Nominal GDP: $9.35 billion

Real GDP: $7.43 billion

Total Rhode Island GDP in real terms was an estimated $55.45 billion in fourth quarter 2021, with its real estate and rental and leasing industry accounting for 13.4% of that total. However, Rhode Island’s real estate and rental and leasing industry has not faired well over the years, declining by 9.6% from fourth quarter 2011 ($8.22 billion) to fourth quarter 2021 ($7.43 billion).

South Carolina

Biggest industry in South Carolina: Manufacturing

Nominal GDP: $42.82 billion

Real GDP: $35.42 billion

Total South Carolina GDP in real terms was $224.54 billion in fourth quarter 2021, and the state’s manufacturing industry accounted for 15.8% of that total. Though high, back in fourth quarter 2011, South Carolina’s manufacturing industry accounted for even more of the state’s total GDP, at roughly 16.7%.

South Dakota

Biggest industry in South Dakota: Finance and insurance

Nominal GDP: $11.54 billion

Real GDP: $7.28 billion

South Dakota’s biggest industry is its finance and insurance industry, which accounts for nearly 15% of total South Dakota GDP as of fourth quarter 2021. That said, South Dakota’s finance and insurance industry has barely increased its real economic output, rising by only 2.2% over the last five years: From $7.13 billion in fourth quarter 2016 to $7.28 billion in fourth quarter 2021.

Tennessee

Biggest industry in Tennessee: Manufacturing

Nominal GDP: $67.75 billion

Real GDP: $55.87 billion

Like so many states of the Midwest and South, Tennessee’s biggest industry is manufacturing, with a real GDP of $55.87 billion in fourth quarter 2021, accounting for 15.9% of total Tennessee GDP for the same period.

Texas

Biggest industry in Texas: Manufacturing

Nominal GDP: $248.1 billion

Real GDP: $237.94 billion

In terms of nominal GDP, the real estate and rental and leasing industry is the largest in Texas. However, when analyzing in terms of real GDP, the biggest industry in Texas is manufacturing, with output valued at an estimated $237.94 billion in fourth quarter 2021. Manufacturing accounts for 12.6% of total Texas GDP in fourth quarter 2021, down substantially from first quarter 2011 when it accounted for 16%.

Utah

Biggest industry in Utah: Manufacturing

Nominal GDP: $26.89 billion

Real GDP: $25.66 billion

When looking at nominal GDP in fourth quarter 2021, Utah’s largest industry is real estate and rental and leasing. However, when examining it in terms of real GDP, Utah’s biggest industry is actually manufacturing. Total Utah GDP in fourth quarter 2021 was $186.13 billion and the state’s manufacturing industry accounted for 13.8% of that total, the same level of contribution for every quarter of 2021.

Vermont

Biggest industry in Vermont: Real estate and rental and leasing

Nominal GDP: $5.13 billion

Real GDP: $4.05 billion

Vermont GDP is one of the smaller ones in the U.S., with real economic output for all industries totaling $30.13 billion in fourth quarter 2021. Vermont’s real estate and rental and leasing industry accounts for 13.4% of the state’s total real GDP. However, over both the last five years and the last 10 years, the real estate and rental and leasing industry’s real GDP has dropped by 4.3% and 8.2%, respectively.

Virginia

Biggest industry in Virginia: Professional, scientific, and technical services

Nominal GDP: $79.77 billion

Real GDP: $77.59 billion

Virginia GDP in fourth quarter 2021 was an estimated $500.94 billion, and its professional, scientific, and technical services industry accounted for 15.5% of the state’s total real economic output. What’s more, Virginia’s professional, scientific, and technical services industry has increased the value of its output by 21.5% over the last five years: From $63.88 billion in fourth quarter 2016 to $77.59 billion in fourth quarter 2021.

Washington

Biggest industry in Washington: Information

Nominal GDP: $116.36 billion

Real GDP: $129.13 billion

It’s perhaps not surprising that the information industry would be Washington state’s largest in terms of real GDP, considering the Seattle area is such a major hub for tech companies. The total Washington GDP in fourth quarter 2021 was an estimated $582.1 billion, up nearly 25% from five years ago. Washington’s information industry accounts for 22.2% of the state’s total real GDP of $582.1 billion, which is the largest percentage the industry has contributed to total GDP over the last 10 years.

West Virginia

Biggest industry in West Virginia: Mining, quarrying, and oil and gas extraction

Nominal GDP: $14.87 billion

Real GDP: $12.87 billion

West Virginia’s mining, quarrying, and oil and gas extraction industry has always been a strong contributor to the state’s overall GDP. In fourth quarter 2021, West Virginia GDP for all industries combined was $72.85 billion, with mining, quarrying, and oil and gas extraction accounting for 17.7%.

Wisconsin

Biggest industry in Wisconsin: Manufacturing

Nominal GDP: $73 billion

Real GDP: 59.59 billion

Like many other Midwest states, Wisconsin’s largest industry in terms of real GDP is manufacturing. Wisconsin GDP in fourth quarter 2021 was $306.73 billion, with manufacturing accounting for 19.3% of that total economic output.

Wyoming

Biggest industry in Wyoming: Mining, quarrying, and oil and gas extraction

Nominal GDP: $8.91 billion

Real GDP: $7.59 billion

Wyoming GDP for all industries combined was an estimated $36.98 billion for fourth quarter 2021. That’s actually down by 8.2% from 10 years, when the Wyoming GDP was $40.29 billion in real economic output, in fourth quarter 2011. As for the mining, quarrying, and oil and gas extraction industry, in fourth quarter 2021, it accounts for 20.5% of Wyoming’s total real GDP. Over the years, Wyoming’s mining, quarrying, and oil and gas extraction industry has witnessed a decline in real output: From a real GDP of $12.13 billion in fourth quarter 2011, this industry’s real GDP declined by 37.4%, to $7.59 billion in fourth quarter 2021.

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