CVI value

CVI value

The Creative Vitality™ Index compares the per capita concentration of creative activity in two regions. Data on creative industries, occupations, and cultural nonprofit revenues are indexed using a population-based calculation. The resulting CVI Value shows a region’s creative vitality compared to another region. The CVI Value in CV™Suite is set by default to show the region selected compared to the US. This default value can be found on the dashboard (see image below), or by clicking on the CVI Value link in the navigation. This will take you to the CVI page where you can see the CVI value and … Continued
Class of Worker

Class of Worker

CV™Suite covers the full spectrum of employment type, from full-time workers, such as those measured by state labor departments, and part-time and self-employed workers. Use the “data settings” function in the CV™Suite to select between these different “classes” of workers. – Overview – Details on each of the 4 types – PDF for download, explaining 4 types of employment   4 Types of employment in CV™Suite 1. Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages (QCEW) This is simply unsuppressed QCEW and will closely resemble what you would get from your state labor market information office. This means that any employment number that QCEW publishes will … Continued
Industry Earnings

Industry Earnings

Industry Earnings data is arrived at by aggregating the compensation paid for the labor of all workers in a given industry. The compensation comes from three areas: Wages and salaries paid to all workers in a given industry. Supplements to wages and salaries such as employer contributions to employee pension and insurance funds. Proprietor earnings. The data is reported as average earnings per job. In some public data sources, such as Bureau of Labor Statistics’ SPI/LPI and QCEW, Industry Earnings are called “wages.”    Industry Earnings data on dashboard         Industry Earnings data on datasets       Industry Earnings … Continued
Industry Sales

Industry Sales

Industry Sales data, which is often referred to as Industry Revenue, is arrived at by multiplying the price at which goods or services are sold by the number of units sold. Industry Sales data represents the estimated amount of money that companies in a given industry receive during a specific period. This estimate is adjusted for discounts and deductions for returned merchandise.   Industry Sales in Dashboard   Industry Sales in Datasets     Industry Sales in Reporting