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Pinellas County Economic Data 1990-2017
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o   Use the play button on the lower left hand corner and watch the data “dance”

o   Clicking bubbles highlights different industries

o   Use trails to track the changes to highlighted industries

o   Click the drop down menus to change what the x-axis, y-axis, bubble colors, and bubble sizes all measure

o   Switch to a bar chart or line chart with the tab buttons on the top right

  • Hint: Set the x-axis to time if you only want to trace how one variable changes over time
  • Terms

o   Location Quotient: A measure of how prominent an industry’s employment is in a region. Industries with location quotient values above 1 are more highly concentrated than the national average. Industries with high location quotients typically bring money into a community.

o   Wage Location Quotient: A relative measure of employee wages in local industry compared with the national average. Wage location quotient values above 1 signify that employees in that industry have an outsized impact on local spending compared with the national average.

  • Source: Data gathered from the Bureau of Labor Statistics Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages annual metrics. Companies and industries are segmented using NAICS High-Level Industry classifications and are only for private sector employers. 2017 data is approximated from second quarter data release and is incomplete.
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