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U.S. GDP Growth Breakdown Over The Past 30 Years

How Do We Grow From Here? By EconomipicData. The chart below breaks out nominal GDP by real GDP per hour worked and hours worked (which combined make up real GDP per capita), population growth (which added to real GDP per capita equals real GDP growth), and inflation (which added to real GDP growth equals nominal GDP growth) over rolling ten year periods. As can be seen, the "lost decade" has resulted in GDP growth levels at generational lows.

Source: EconomPic

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