Georgia's producers of technology products and services have a profound impact on the state's economy. The technology sector encompasses a wide array of businesses from software publishers and e-commerce providers to medical equipment companies and aerospace manufacturers. Combined, these technology companies produce a total economic impact in the state of $113.1 billion. This includes direct industry output (sales) of $59.8 billion, which is 17 percent of the state's Gross Domestic Product. As this direct impact ripples through the state's economy another $23.8 billion in indirect impact is generated along with $29.5 billion in induced impacts. Georgia's technology sector directly employs more than 200,000 workers, but a total of 612,147 jobs in Georgia were dependent on the technology sector as the indirect and induced economic impacts are considered.