Gross Domestic Product (GDP)
Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is the traditional aggregate measure of an economy which requires specific treatment for services indirectly charged by financial services institutions (FISIM).
- GDP increased by 5.9% in real terms on an annual basis
- GDP was £5,761 million
- over the last 10 years, real term GDP has increased, on average by 1.6% annually
- GDP was 5% higher than in 2019 (prior to the COVID-19 pandemic) and in line with this long-term average following the impact of the pandemic observed in 2020 and 2021
Download reports and data tables
You can read the most recent GDP and GVA report for 2022 below.
Measuring Jersey's economy: GDP and GVA 2022 report
Data tables provide detail on the measures of Jersey's economy from 1998 onwards, overall and for the individual sectors of Jersey's economy. Data tables include:
- GVA in real terms
- GVA per full time equivalent worker
- GVA per head of population
- GDP in real terms
You can access the data tables associated with this release on the open data.
Statistics Jersey reports and documents.
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