Labor Income to Supported Employment

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    sstauner
    Hello, IMPLAN does not have this data. All analysts need to assume the impact is creating new employment, or supporting current employment, or a mixture of new and supported. Generally speaking, if you know that new Employment is involved in Direct Effect is 'new', which it typically is, it's safest to assume that the Indirect and Induced Effects are supported rather than created. You can typically get a good sense of this by viewing the Detail Results View By: Employment where, unless your impact is very large, you will find most Employment impacts are small numbers or fractions of jobs. Labor Income triggers the Induced impacts.
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    Hello, IMPLAN does not have this data. All analysts need to assume the impact is creating new employment, or supporting current employment, or a mixture of new and supported. Generally speaking, if you know that new Employment is involved in Direct Effect is 'new', which it typically is, it's safest to assume that the Indirect and Induced Effects are supported rather than created. You can typically get a good sense of this by viewing the Detail Results View By: Employment where, unless your impact is very large, you will find most Employment impacts are small numbers or fractions of jobs. Labor Income triggers the Induced impacts.
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