The United States has become a nation of productivity creators.
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, American workers have an average productivity of over 8.5 per hour.
That means that for every hour of work, a worker spends more than an hour on their feet.
As a result, the U, as a whole, is the most productive nation in the world, according to the BLS.
The U.K. and France are in second and third place, respectively.
However, American productivity is still lagging behind its peers in other nations.
To put that into perspective, the OECD estimates that American workers produce over $50 billion a year in output.
In a way, American production is the envy of the world.
While the U and the rest of the industrialized world produce over a trillion dollars of goods each year, the United States only produces $2.9 billion in GDP.
While Americans have been able to outdo their peers in terms of output, their productivity is lagging far behind other countries.
The reason for that is the U has been using the skills of its workforce to produce less.
As the chart below shows, productivity is a major contributor to America’s economic growth.
The United Kingdom has the third-highest rate of productivity growth, at nearly 6.5 percent.
The European Union and Japan are in the middle of the pack, at 5.5 and 5.2 percent.
Thats not a huge difference, but it is still significant.
And the U is far behind its European peers when it comes to manufacturing.
According a report from the BIS, American manufacturing output grew at a rate of just 1.7 percent in 2015, which was about 1.2 percentage points less than the growth of the European Union.
As of 2020, American manufacturers were producing just over 3.3 million manufacturing jobs, less than half the 5.7 million jobs in the EU.
According the BOS report, the country is also behind its competitors in terms that technology.
In 2016, American tech firms produced more than 1.3 percent of the worldwide total, less the 1.9 percent of other countries like Germany, Japan and South Korea.
And, of course, American technology companies are the ones that are making the most of the American workforce.
The American worker is the engine of growth and prosperity in the country, but the U’s workers aren’t the engine that drives the country’s economic boom.
As American workers become more productive, they are also the ones who are paying the biggest share of the countrys $2 trillion annual federal debt.
As we noted in our annual report, federal debt is the debt owed to the federal government by American citizens.
In 2015, the federal debt was over $16 trillion.
As shown below, the national debt increased by $4 trillion in the last five years, and was about $13 trillion in 2015.
As it stands today, the debt is over $25 trillion, or about 10.7 times the GDP of the U of A. It is easy to see why.
In the year 2015, federal spending on military and other programs accounted for nearly 30 percent of GDP.
The debt grew at nearly 9 percent in that same year.
And it will continue to grow for the foreseeable future, because more and more Americans are being forced to borrow money to finance their personal and business needs.
According BLS data, in 2020, nearly 60 percent of households were using credit cards.
By 2024, that figure will have grown to 70 percent.
And by 2024, nearly 90 percent of people will have used credit cards to pay for purchases.
The fact is, the cost of doing business in the U S has soared since the economic downturn of 2008.
As businesses are forced to cut back on costs in order to stay competitive, the economy suffers as well.
While American businesses are making great strides in the areas of productivity and innovation, they still need to do more to make sure they are creating jobs and growing the economy.
It takes a lot of time, energy and effort to keep American workers employed, and while we have been successful in doing so, the jobs that Americans created and grew in the past are being lost as well, says Paul P. Osterman, president and CEO of the BSA.
In an attempt to keep up with the productivity gains made by American workers, American companies are outsourcing more of the work of manufacturing.
In fact, according the BJS, American factories are now outsourcing about half of their manufacturing jobs.
According Ostermann, the number of manufacturing jobs in America has grown by more than 50,000 since 2009.
American factories now employ more than 3.6 million people.
American workers are making less than 1 in 10 of the $2 billion in federal taxes that American companies pay in federal income taxes each year.
According P.J. O’Rourke, president of the National Association of Manufacturers, the current federal tax burden for manufacturing companies is about $6.3 billion per year. Oester