Sweden spans 173,731 square miles (449,964 square kilometers). Its population of 9.09 million people (2011 estimate) includes a workforce of 4.93 million (2010 estimate) occupied primarily in services (70.7%, 2008 estimate), followed by industry (28.2%) and agriculture (1.1%). Strong commodity exports played a major role in driving the country's economic rebound in 2010.
- Estimated GDP (2010) of US$354.7 billion or US$39,100 per capita
- GDP grew 5.5% from 2009-2010
- Services account for 72.2% of GDP
- Industry generates 26% of GDP. Sweden’s major industries include iron and steel, precision equipment (bearings, radio and telephone parts, armaments), wood pulp and paper products, processed foods, and motor vehicles.
- Agriculture generates 1.7% of GDP