There are 59 occupations and 78 industries included in CVSuite creative economy data. From the dashboard, select data settings to choose the occupations and industries you want included. You also have the ability to change which class of workers you want. Changes made to data settings impact data seen throughout the tool.
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
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
Data Settings allow you to customize the occupational and industry data you would like to see throughout the site. What Data Settings can I Change? The CVSuite allows for the inclusion or exclusion of NAICS and SOC codes and class of worker in the data seen throughout the site. As of April 1, 2015 data versioning can also be changed. Default Data Settings The CVSuite contains 97 industries (by NAICS code) total and by default 72 NAICS codes are selected. The CVSuite contains 85 occupations (by SOC code) total and by default 59 SOC codes are selected. The default for class of worker … Continued
CVI Methodology & Codes 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. For more detailed information regarding methodology please download this PDF: CVI Methodology Codes included in CVI Value listed below: 9 Industries by NAICS code 451140 Musical instrument and supplies stores 451211 Book stores 443142 Electronic Store Sales* 453920 Art dealers 711110 Theater companies and dinner theaters 711120 Dance companies 711130 Musical groups and artists 711190 … Continued
How to access race and ethnicity data in CVSuite: 1.Navigating to the “Data and Maps” section of CVSuite 2. Select data sets and locate the “Demographic” tab in datasets When you first open the demographic data tab, you will see race and ethnicity data for the region you have selected. There are three aspects of demographics available across three different types of data. The types of data are: Population data by region which will show you the overall number of people living in a region, the racial, age and gender make-up of the population. Occupation data will show you how … 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
Watch this brief video that highlights where to find Race and Ethnicity Data in CVSuite. Watch this brief video to understand how to use CVSuite data to compare the inclusiveness of creative occupations/ industries to the general population of a region.