The world’s 300 largest metro areas represent 20% of the world’s population, but accounted for close to half of global output in 2014. This interactive map shows the change in employment and change in GDP per capita for each of the 300 largest metro areas in the world. Click on the map to go to the Brookings’ website to see how your metro area stacks up.
We’re in the Cleveland metro area and here are some of our stats for 2014:
- Population: 2,060,672 (181st)
- GDP (PPP, $Million): $115,142 (117th)
- GDP per capita (PPP): $55,876 (50th)
- Employment: 1,047,790 (174th)