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    ScottL
    You can edit the study area data so your direct effect will create 800 jobs. Here is a tutorial: http://implan.com/index.php?option=com_docman&task=doc_download&gid=77&Itemid=65
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    ScottL
    You can edit the study area data so your direct effect will create 800 jobs. Here is a tutorial: http://implan.com/index.php?option=com_docman&task=doc_download&gid=77&Itemid=65
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    DougO
    Employment is \"only\" a descriptive item. It is the payroll that drives the induced effect. If you do not have payroll then enter the output and not worry about the direct reported employment - it can be edited to reflect your call center. If you have payroll, then it becomes important to edit the industry so that it has the same ratios as your call center. See the tutorial on editing study area data in the forum.
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    DougO
    Employment is \"only\" a descriptive item. It is the payroll that drives the induced effect. If you do not have payroll then enter the output and not worry about the direct reported employment - it can be edited to reflect your call center. If you have payroll, then it becomes important to edit the industry so that it has the same ratios as your call center. See the tutorial on editing study area data in the forum.
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    sunny
    Thank you guys! They did provide operating expenses , do I need to edit the study area data?
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    sunny
    Thank you guys! They did provide operating expenses , do I need to edit the study area data?
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    DougO
    If they show payroll costs I would. You can also compare you expenditures to the default indsutry spending (under edit/production functions) to see if you want to make the industry better match your data. I would just worry about the larger items and let the little ones work themselves out.
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    DougO
    If they show payroll costs I would. You can also compare you expenditures to the default indsutry spending (under edit/production functions) to see if you want to make the industry better match your data. I would just worry about the larger items and let the little ones work themselves out.
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    sunny
    Form your reply I am understanding that just plug the values in the sector 455 and report the output only in one scenario. The operating expenses does not include employee payroll. They are estimating an average salray of 27,000 for the new 800 jobs that will be created. I am confused, do I still need to edit study area or just use the sector to plug operating expenses and use the sector 10004 to plug in the estimated salary range? Thanks sai
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    sunny
    Form your reply I am understanding that just plug the values in the sector 455 and report the output only in one scenario. The operating expenses does not include employee payroll. They are estimating an average salray of 27,000 for the new 800 jobs that will be created. I am confused, do I still need to edit study area or just use the sector to plug operating expenses and use the sector 10004 to plug in the estimated salary range? Thanks sai
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    DougO
    Your choice: 1) Add operating expenses to total payroll (and an estimate of profits) as a proxy for the total output of the operation. But first we would need to edit the study area so that the Employee comp to output ratio is the same as your call center. 2) Analysis by parts. Import industry 455 in impact analysis, normalize the vector (click on the \"value\" header and select normalize) then run the operational expenses (net of payroll) as the group level. Then run the payroll through \"sector\" 5001 Employee compensation. See the tutorial on analysis by parts.
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    DougO
    Your choice: 1) Add operating expenses to total payroll (and an estimate of profits) as a proxy for the total output of the operation. But first we would need to edit the study area so that the Employee comp to output ratio is the same as your call center. 2) Analysis by parts. Import industry 455 in impact analysis, normalize the vector (click on the \"value\" header and select normalize) then run the operational expenses (net of payroll) as the group level. Then run the payroll through \"sector\" 5001 Employee compensation. See the tutorial on analysis by parts.
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    sunny
    I am trying to make sure if it can be done this way also or I have to edit the data. 1) I will use operating expenses and plug it directly using the 455 sector. 2) The average salary for the 800 jobs created by editing or can I use the sector 10004? I appreciate your help and walking me thru. thanks
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    sunny
    I am trying to make sure if it can be done this way also or I have to edit the data. 1) I will use operating expenses and plug it directly using the 455 sector. 2) The average salary for the 800 jobs created by editing or can I use the sector 10004? I appreciate your help and walking me thru. thanks
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    sunny
    I am sorry I didnot see your post before i posted the previous one. thank you very much Doug. They dont have the payroll nos but they are estimating, and avg salary of 27,000 per employee for the estimated 800 jobs that will be created. So here i am going to calculate the total salary from the above nos and add them to the operating expenses of 5 million and then run the impact the way you have suggested. Sai
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    sunny
    I am sorry I didnot see your post before i posted the previous one. thank you very much Doug. They dont have the payroll nos but they are estimating, and avg salary of 27,000 per employee for the estimated 800 jobs that will be created. So here i am going to calculate the total salary from the above nos and add them to the operating expenses of 5 million and then run the impact the way you have suggested. Sai
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