The largest industry in eash U.S. state by GDP

The largest industry in eash State

Largest Industry in Each U.S. State:
NORTH DAKOTA – Oil and gas extraction (Industry output as % of GDP: 7.5%)
ALASKA – Oil and gas extraction (19.6%)
WYOMING – Oil and gas extraction (12.5%)
NEW MEXICO – Oil and gas extraction (8.9%)
DELAWARE – Insurance carriers and related activities (14.1%)
COLORADO – Oil and gas extraction (4.4%)
IDAHO – Computer and electronic products manufacturing (4.2%)
LOUISIANA – Petroleum and coal products manufacturing (7.6%)
NEW HAMPSHIRE – Insurance carriers and related activities (5.3%)
WEST VIRGINIA – Mining, except oil and gas (7.3%)
SOUTH DAKOTA – Federal Reserve banks, credit intermediation, and related services (9.9%)
OKLAHOMA – Oil and gas extraction (15.6%)
NEBRASKA – Insurance carriers and related activities (6.8%)
INDIANA – Chemical products manufacturing (7.2%)
VERMONT – Ambulatory health care services (4.8%)
UTAH – Federal Reserve banks, credit intermediation, and related services (4.6%)
PENNSYLVANIA – Broadcasting, and telecommunications (5.8%)
OREGON – Computer and electronic products manufacturing (17.1%)
NORTH CAROLINA – Chemical products manufacturing (5.4%)
IOWA – Insurance carriers and related activities (9.1%)
CONNECTICUT – Insurance carriers and related activities (7.1%)
GEORGIA – Broadcasting, and telecommunications (5.7%)
WASHINGTON – Publishing industries, except Internet (includes software) (7.2%)
WISCONSIN – Insurance carriers and related activities (5.2%)
HAWAII – Accommodation (5.3%)
MISSISSIPPI – Ambulatory health care services (4.2%)
TEXAS – Oil and gas extraction (10.7%)
ARKANSAS – Ambulatory health care services (4.0%)
MONTANA – Hospitals and nursing and residential care facilities (4.9%)
KANSAS – Ambulatory health care services (3.5%)
ILLINOIS – Insurance carriers and related activities (4.6%)
RHODE ISLAND – Hospitals and nursing and residential care facilities (5.4%)
KENTUCKY – Ambulatory health care services (4.0%)
NEW YORK – Federal Reserve banks, credit intermediation, and related services (6.5%)
SOUTH CAROLINA – Ambulatory health care services (4.0%)
MAINE – Hospitals and nursing and residential care facilities (6.6%)
ALABAMA – Ambulatory health care services (4.5%)
MARYLAND – Ambulatory health care services (3.8%)
CALIFORNIA – Computer and electronic products manufacturing (4.2%)
MINNESOTA – Ambulatory health care services (4.4%)
TENNESSEE – Ambulatory health care services (5.0%)
ARIZONA – Ambulatory health care services (4.8%)
NEVADA – Accommodation (10.8%)
VIRGINIA – Administrative and support services (3.6%)
NEW JERSEY – Ambulatory health care services (4.1%)
MISSOURI – Hospitals and nursing and residential care facilities (4.2%)
MASSACHUSETTS – Hospitals and nursing and residential care facilities (4.6%)
MICHIGAN – Hospitals and nursing and residential care facilities (4.0%)
FLORIDA – Ambulatory health care services (5.0%)
OHIO – Hospitals and nursing and residential care facilities (4.1%)

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