New Client Launch: Greater Baton Rouge Industry Alliance
Data on Baton Rouge's industrial economy
Communicating the value an industry adds to the regional economy, its communities and the educational system is an important role for economic developers. This value is best articulated using numbers, which taken together create a narrative. Yet many organizations – even large ones – rely on ad hoc data collection and reporting, largely due to lack of specialized staff.
eIMPACT was thrilled to partner with the Greater Baton Rouge Industry Alliance on its newly launched Industrial/Manufacturing Data Dashboard. The staff at GBRIA had a great vision for the data visualization site; eIMPACT's team and no-code dashboard builder technology helped turn that vision into a live product in a matter of a few weeks.
Using data integrated in the eIMPACT platform from sources Lightcast, Bureau of Labor Statistics, US Census, and American Community Survey, the dashboard packs a lot into a single page on the Alliance's website.
Among the many datasets included in the dashboard, here are some of the highlights:
- - Economic Impact of Industrial Sub-sectors
- - Production and Non-production Occupations
- - Gender Mix of Manufacturing Occupations
- - Race Distribution of Manufacturing Workforce by Occupation
- - Job Postings Trends
- - Annual Earnings Range by Occupation (25th to 75th Percentile)
- - Education Pipeline
You can check it all out on the dashboard below, or visit the GBRIA Industrial/Manufacturing Data Site:
View the dashboard on GBRIA site