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    Learn about Alberta's economy through a series of key topics, and how economic indicators can be used to answer questions around these topics.

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    GDP

    Gross Domestic Product (GDP) measures the final value of goods and services in an economy and is often used as a measure of overall economic activity.

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    Tourism is an economic platform and not a single industry. It crosses many sub-sectors (transportation, accommodation, food and beverage services, recreation and entertainment, and travel services) that help to diversify Alberta’s economy.

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    The construction sector is an important part of Alberta’s economy, driving current and future economic growth.

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    Jobs-related data can provide insight into the overall health and strength of the labor market, including the levels of employment and unemployment, job vacancies, and earnings.

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    Investment is an important economic indicator. Increases in investment spur activity and jobs in the present and increase the potential for future economic growth.

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    An economic region is a grouping of municipalities that cover the entire province. Alberta has eight economic regions.

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    Census Metropolitan Areas (CMAs) are large, densely populated centres made up of adjacent municipalities that are economically and socially integrated.

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    Infographic on Canadian Survey on Business Conditions