About the data in eIMPACT


eIMPACT uses trusted data from both government and third party sources. Government sources included Bureau of Labor Statistics, Census, and numerous state and local agencies. Third party sources include leading providers such as Emsi, Esri, Real Massive, Experian and more.


Each dashboard eIMPACT delivers is customized for the client and their specific objectives. We pull from a wide range of sources in order to provide the specific data needed to tell the story, whether on labor force, economic impact, job openings or custom research.


Data in and of itself is relatively meaningless. To tell the story you need context and a careful selection of data inputs. What makes eIMPACT stand out is our ability to adapt to specific client needs and feature the unique characteristics of places, industries, workers and more.

Data inputs

eIMPACT pulls from a wide range of sources from government and third party providers. Below is a partial list, but please email us if you have data needs not listed below.

Consumer spending
From Affinity, track change in consumer spending levels over time.
Workforce diversity
See breakdowns of workforce by race and gender.
Short-term rentals
See average rates and occupancy levels for housing market being used as short-term rentals (Airbnb and VRBO)
In- and out-migration
See how many people are moving into and out of your area, by county.
From OpenTable, see change in people frequenting restaurants over time
Retail leakage
See how much local spending on retail sectors is captured (leaked).
Foot traffic (geolocation)
See change in foot traffic to different locations in your community.
Job Growth
Total change and % change.
Worker profiles aggregated from sites such as LinkedIn and other professional social networks.
Jobs projection
End year (projected 10 years from current year) for the selected zip code, county, MSA, state, or nation
Job openings
Job openings by job title or occupation, updated daily.
The number of degrees or certificates conferred for a specific course of study in a given year.
Regional, state, and national trends
Charts included showing year over year change.
Current year and historic wages and salaries; current year and historic supplements; current year and historic total earnings (wages/salaries plus supplements); cost-of-living adjusted wages and salaries and total earnings.
Compensation Ranges
10th to 90th percentile annual or hourly wages by job title, occupation, skill or years of experience.
Occupations employed by industry
The jobs in a given industry that are in a specific occupation.
Location quotient
Current year and historical measure of concentration by geography.
Current and historical by private-sector industry (going back to 2004).
Estimate of total unemployed persons by county, MSA, state, or nation by 2-digit NAICS code.
Median home values and median rent by geography.
Educational Attainment
Percent of population with high school diploma, college degree and associates degree. Also available by occupation.
Poverty Level
Percent of population living at or below poverty level.
Age, gender, and race/ethnicity breakouts by industry for current year.
Trade area
Custom region based on drive-time analysis from center point (e.g., 15-minute drive radius) used to quantify market and consumer data.
Real Estate
Property sector data including Office, Industrial, and Retail. Get average lease rates, available spaces and more.
Information on number of airports, flights, interstates, ports and other transportation modalities in given region.
Consumer segments
Consumer profile segments derived from composite underlying data (e.g., Couples with Clout, Status Seeking Singles, etc).
Shift share
Standard method of regional economic analysis that attempts to separate regional job growth into its component causes.
Regional jobs, sales, and earnings multipliers, plus the change in taxes on production and imports (TPI), by detailed industry from our multi-regional social accounting matrix model.
Industry Sales
Industry sales to both industries and consumers
Exported Sales
A given industry’s total annual sales to industries and consumers not inside the defined region.
In-region Sales
A given industry’s total annual sales to industries and consumers inside the defined region.
Total regional sales
A given industry’s total annual sales, both to other industries and to consumers as well.
Supply chain
The purchases a given industry makes from all other industries.
The amount spent by industries and consumers on essential goods outside of the defined region for the given industry.
Gross regional product
Total economic value generated by an industry, in terms of total earnings, property income, and tax revenue, for the selected county, MSA, state, or nation.

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