Well, a huge pat on the back to the creative sector is in order.
Looking at the figures, the creative industry as a whole equates to roughly 5% of the total UK economy, growing by more than 16% in its own right.
The jobs market in creative has been very resilient too, growing by almost twice the rate of the rest of the economy.
The big figures also show that the creative sector is worth £9.6m an hour to the UK economy - amazing to see the space not just recovering from recession but booming in its growth.
Topping the chart was the design industry, with product, graphic and fashion design houses noting 16.6 per cent economic growth over the 12 month period. Architecture came a close second with 16.4 per cent, while the Film, TV, video, radio and photography industries secured the third spot in the table thanks to growth of 13.8 per cent. Jobs opportunities in the creative industry also bloomed by close to nine per cent between 2013 and 2014; a growth rate which is almost twice as much as the overall UK economy's growth, which sits at 4.6 per cent.