Forecasts for 2014 are also mostly more optimistic compared with the previous forecasts. Non-agricultural wage and salary job count is currently expected to increase by 1.8 percent. The number of visitor arrivals is projected to grow by 2.5 percent, and visitor expenditures will increase by 5 percent.
Real GDP growth in 2014 is forecast to grow 2.5 percent, the same as the previous forecast. Real personal income growth in 2014 is forecast to be 2.8 percent, also the same as the previous forecast.
The DBEDT Quarterly Statistical and Economic Report contains more than 100 tables of the most recent quarterly data on Hawaii's economy as well as narrative explanations of the trends in these data.