'The average annual rate of change
of the Food sub-index for the twelve-month period ending May 2019 over the previous twelve-month average was 13.37 per cent, 0.03 per cent points from the average annual rate of change
recorded in April 2019 (13.34 per cent).'
Chart 2: Business Sector Labour Productivity Cyclically Neutral Periods, 1961-2016 (average annual rate of change
) 1961-73 3.50 1973-81 1.82 1981-89 1.51 1989-00 1.83 2000-08 0.79 2008-16 0.97 Source: Table 36-10-0208-01, Statistics Canada.
Employment in health care industries, United States and New York, 1990 and 2008 [Numbers in thousands] Area Employment 1990 2008 United States 8,636.8 13,673.3 New York State 717.1 977.5 New York City 284.2 402.2 Balance of New York State 432.9 575.3 Area Change Number Percent United States 5,036.5 58.3 New York State 260.4 36.3 New York City 118.0 41.5 Balance of New York State 142.4 32.9 Area Average annual rate of change
(percent) United States 2.4 New York State 1.6 New York City 1.8 Balance of New York State 1.4 NOTE: The health care industries include ambulatory health care services, hospitals, and nursing and residential care facilities (NAICS 621-623) in the private sector and in State government hospitals.
Comparing with the 2007 first quarter exports, however, the 2009 values represented increases, ranging from an average annual rate of three per cent for Yemen to 38 per cent for Lebanon; leading to an overall average annual rate of change
of 20 per cent.
Comparing with the 2007 first quarter exports, however, the 2009 values represented increases, ranging from an average annual rate of 3% for Yemen to 38% for Lebanon; leading to an overall average annual rate of change
of 20%In the African markets, annual rate of change had been positive for both periods of comparison.
It is the 18th month in a row where the annual rate of change has fallen, in contrast to 21 months of uninterrupted increases in the average annual rate of change
between December 2005 and August 2007.
The average annual rate of change
in building costs from 1980 through 1985 was a little more than 4 percent.
However, the difference in average annual rate of change
for the 24-year period was not statistically significant (p=0.07).
The total number of SMI enrollees increased from 29.4 million in 1984 to 32.6 million in 1990, an average annual rate of change
of 1.7 percent (Table 8.4).
Table 19 provides, in the last three columns, a decomposition of the revision in the average annual rate of change
in real GNP and in its major components for 1972-84 into three parts: (1) the part that is due to the current-dollar revision; (2) the part that is due to shifting the base period from 1972 to 1982; and (3) the part that is due to other revisions, including revisions in price indexes used in deflating current-dollar estimates and revisions in (shifts among) current-dollar component detail that, in effect, reweight the constant-dollar component detail.
Chart 1 Output per Hour in the United States, Total Economy and Selected Sectors, 1948-2011 (average annual rate of change
, per cent) Total Economy Manufacturing Non-Manufacturing 1948-1972 2.82 2.46 2.95 1972-1996 1.55 2.69 1.29 1996-2004 2.90 4.60 2.63 2004-2011 1.59 2.52 1.47 Source: BLS and BEA Note: Table made from bar graph.
The average annual rate of change
in mining productivity fell from 3.4 percent in 1990-95 to 1.5 percent in 1995-2000.