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Attribution and Usage Attribution Usage Creative Vitality Index (CVI) CVI compared to CVSuite CVI methodology and codes Datasets Grant data Industry data (NAICS) Industry earnings Industry sales Nonprofit data (NTEE) Occupation data (SOC) Grant data Race and Ethnicity data General New NAICS and SOC codes in CVSuite August 2016 2007 to 2012 NAICS code transition Class of worker Data partners Data sources download Data year vs fiscal year Map tiles Data updates Release Notes Current Release Notes Release notes 2016 Update 1 Release notes 2015.2 Release notes 2014.4 Release notes 2014.3 Release notes 2014.2
Data provider: Economic Modeling Specialists International (EMSI) Website: http://www.economicmodeling.com/ Number of Industries: 98 Industry jobs updated Quarterly in May and October Industry revenues Updated annually in October PDF Codebook: List of all codes in CVSuite What you need to know Quarterly updates for industry jobs: Keep in mind that our data provider, EMSI models jobs within creative industries from more than 80 different public and proprietary sources. EMSI updates its jobs data quarterly based on when the data sources EMSI uses in its model are updated. When these quarterly updates occur previous data are also adjusted. So what does this mean for … Continued
Data provider: Economic Modeling Specialists International (EMSI) Website: http://www.economicmodeling.com/ Number of Occupations: 85 PDF Codebook: List of all codes in CVSuite What you need to know Data Updates Keep in mind that our data provider, EMSI models occupational data from more than 80 different public and proprietary sources. EMSI updates its occupation data quarterly based on when the data sources EMSI uses in its model are updated. When these updates occur previous data are also adjusted. So what does this mean for you? For example, 2012 jobs numbers from one data update might look different when getting 2012 employment figures from another … Continued
Economic Modeling Specialists International (EMSI): Uses 90 public and private up to date data sources Valuable insight on occupational wages, industry trends, employment growth/decline and concentration, and tons more. Creative workforce demographics Occupation data includes full-time and part-time workers, self-employed, and extended proprietors The most in-depth local employment data available National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS): Learn about the income and number of more than 40 different types of nonprofit cultural organizations Understand the different types of revenue streams that contribute to the nonprofit landscape including overall revenue totals, investment income, special events, contributions, dues, organization revenue, and gifts. … Continued
CVSuite data sources This PDF document contains source information for all data found in CVSuite.
04/28/2017 Summary: Recent changes at the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS) in 2016 has delayed the release of the I990 Core PC data which is the main source for CVSuite’s nonprofit data. In order to avoid delays in CVSuite’s data update, we investigated other sources for nonprofit revenues data. We researched a new methodology that is equally comparable to the I990 Core PC data that uses the same data source NCCS uses to create the I990 Core PC file. Nonprofit revenues data originates from the Internal Revenue Service’s (IRS) financial files, a collection of I990 filings from all nonprofit businesses throughout the US. … Continued
In August 2015, the CV™Suite began showcasing Industry Earnings data rather than Industry Sales. Although Industry Sales data is still available on the site, Industry Earnings data will provide CV™Suite users with a more comprehensive measure of economic impact in their community. First, it is important to make clear that Industry Sales and Industry Earnings measure two different types of impacts on the creative economy: Industry Sales Sales (also referred to as revenue) is calculated by multiplying the price at which goods or services are sold by the number of units or amount sold. Industry sales is comprised of the amount … Continued
Data provider: Economic Modeling Specialists International (EMSI) Website: http://www.economicmodeling.com/ Watch tutorials about how to use race/ ethnicity data in CVSuite, and how to measure inclusiveness in creative industries and occupations found in the “Using CVSuite” section of users guide. View the step-by-step process of where race/ ethnicity data is located in CVSuite. Where the Data Come From This data comes via the U.S. Census Bureau’s Quarterly Workforce Indicators and American Community Survey. While QWI provides workforce demographics for industries only, we use ACS and staffing patterns to derive occupational estimates. Race/ethnicity data includes the region as well as both job totals for occupation and industry. The race/ethnicity categories, … Continued
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
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