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Washington, D.C. is in the 202, 301 and 703 area codes, with an estimated resident population of 599,657.
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The District is part of the Washington Metropolitan Area, with a population of 5.3 million and is the ninth-largest metropolitan area in the U.S.
Washington, D.C. is the U.S. nation's capital where the presidential White House is located, also where the headquarters of many trade union, lobbying group and professional trade associations are located. Washington has a diversified, growing economy with an increasing number of professional business and service jobs.
Washington District's gross product in 2008 was $97.2 billion which ranks it at 35 out of 50 U.S. states. The federal government accounted for approximately 27% of the city's jobs in 2008. Many companies such as law firms, independent civilian and defense contractors, non-profit organizations, trade unions, industry trade groups, lobbying firms and other professional associations house their headquarters in or around the D.C. Area. There are five Fortune 1000 companies with operations based in Washington, two of which are also Fortune 500 companies.
Despite the national housing and economic crises, Washington remained second on the list of the best long-term housing markets in the U.S. by Forbes.
The District of Columbia Chamber of Commerce, for over 70 years, has collaborated toward the expansion of economic opportunity in the region, by encouraging cooperation between businesses of all sizes, government and citizens.