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GDP Per Capita, by G7 Country (2019-2029F)

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Chart showing GDP per capita projections for G7 nations

GDP Per Capita Projections for the G7

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GDP per capita takes the total economic output of a country in a year, and divides it by the total population, providing a measure of a country’s economic performance and living standards on a per person basis.

In this graphic, we’ve visualized GDP per capita for G7 nations, from 2019 to 2029 (forecasted). All figures come from the International Monetary Fund (IMF), and are as of April 2024.

Data and Key Takeaways

The data we used to create this graphic can also be found in the table below.

GDP per capita
(current USD)
Canada
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France
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Germany
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Italy
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Japan
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UK
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U.S.
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2019$46,431$41,925$46,810$33,628$40,548$42,713$65,505
2020$43,573$40,529$46,712$31,789$40,172$40,246$64,367
2021$52,521$45,161$51,461$36,402$40,114$46,704$70,996
2022$55,613$42,306$48,756$35,043$34,005$45,730$77,192
2023$53,548$46,001$52,727$38,326$33,806$49,099$81,632
2024F$54,866$47,359$54,291$39,580$33,138$51,075$85,373
2025F$57,021$48,631$56,439$40,701$34,922$53,627$87,978
2026F$58,907$50,143$58,472$41,612$36,643$56,759$90,903
2027F$60,729$51,571$60,264$42,604$38,065$59,870$94,012
2028F$62,636$53,040$61,965$43,835$39,820$63,279$97,231
2029F$64,653$54,388$63,551$45,096$40,949$66,911$100,580

From this data, we can see that the U.S. has managed a very strong post-COVID recovery relative to its G7 peers. While Canada also saw a strong resurgence in 2021 and 2022, its GDP per capita actually fell in 2023.

This is attributed to the country’s high levels of immigration in 2023, which helped boost population by 3.2% (1,271,000 people). Because this increase outpaced economic growth, Canada’s per capita output decreased.

Looking towards the future, the IMF believes that the U.S. will reach a GDP per capita of $101,000 by 2029, which is significantly higher than any other G7 nation. It also believes that the UK will perform well in the second half of this decade, climbing from fourth to second place among this peer group of countries.

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