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VOLUME 5

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THIS REGIONAL INDICATORS DASHBOARD is a set of shared metrics that tracks the
TALENT PIPELINE
region’s change on critical economic, environmental, and social outcomes. Measuring 3RD GRADE
STUDENTS ACHIEVING
8TH GRADE
STUDENTS ACHIEVING
HIGH SCHOOL
GRADUATION HIGH SCHOOL
change in the areas that matter most for continued long-term success will help improve READING STANDARDS
This data is for 14-county area
MATH STANDARDS
This data is for 14-county area
RATE
This data is for 14-county area
GRADUATES
ENROLLING IN 3-YEAR GRADUATION 6-YEAR GRADUATION
our region’s economic competitiveness. 2019 is the fifth year of this effort.

EDUCATION
POST-SECONDARY RATE AT 2-YEAR RATE AT 4-YEAR
WHITE WHITE WHITE
EDUCATION4 INSTITUTIONS INSTITUTIONS

MSP TREND: Reflects change between most current data available and the last prior data available. 68.2% 70.5% 88.0% This data is for 14-county area This data is for Minnesota This data is for Minnesota

All data reflects the 16-county metropolitan statistical area (MSA) unless otherwise indicated. MSP TREND: WORSE

OF COLOR
MSP TREND: WORSE

OF COLOR
MSP TREND: BETTER

OF COLOR
78.3% 52.7% 63.8%
PEER RANK: 1=BEST, 12=WORST The 11 peer regions are listed on the reverse of this document.
PEER TREND: (ARROW) Denotes change in MSP performance relative to previous year’s peer ranking. 39.1 %
41.3 %
70.6% MSP TREND: WORSE MSP TREND: BETTER MSP TREND: BETTER
MSP TREND: BETTER MSP TREND: SAME MSP TREND: BETTER PEER RANK: 3 ñ PEER RANK: 5 ó
An electronic version of the Dashboard and full technical appendix can be found at greatermsp.org/regional-indicators

HIGHWAY MILES
INCLUSIVE GROWTH RATED IN “GOOD” JOB ACCESS
CONDITION
POPULATION This data is for 14-county area
THAT HAS ACCESS POPULATION LIVING POPULATION

INFRASTRUCTURE
ANNUAL
GROSS REGIONAL ANNUAL AVERAGE
JOBS PAYING A
FAMILY SUSTAINING
WAGE GAP
WHITE — OF COLOR
EMPLOYMENT GAP
WHITE — OF COLOR
TO ADVERTISED
BROADBAND SPEEDS
NUMBER OF
DIRECT ROUTES OUT
64.3 % ANNUAL HOURS
OF DELAY PER
WITHIN 30 MINUTES
OF 100,000 JOBS BY
WITH COMMUTES
LESS THAN
ECONOMY

PRODUCT GROWTH 1 JOB GROWTH WEEKLY WAGE WAGE2 (AGED 16-64 YEARS) (AGED 16-64 YEARS) OF 1GB OR HIGHER OF MSP AIRPORT MSP TREND: WORSE COMMUTER5 TRANSIT OR WALKING 30 MINUTES

2.2 1.7 % $
1,172 71.3 %
66.7 8.6 %
15.5 %
167 47 4.9% 62.7%
BRIDGES THAT ARE
% % RATED “POOR”
This data is for Minnesota

MSP TREND: BETTER MSP TREND: SAME MSP TREND: BETTER MSP TREND: BETTER MSP TREND: BETTER MSP TREND: BETTER MSP TREND: BETTER MSP TREND: BETTER
5.0% MSP TREND: N/A MSP TREND: BETTER MSP TREND: WORSE
PEER RANK: 11 ò PEER RANK: 9 ñ PEER RANK: 6 ó PEER RANK: 1 ñ PEER RANK: 5 ñ PEER RANK: 11 ó PEER RANK: 8 ò PEER RANK: 6 ó MSP TREND: BETTER PEER RANK: 3 ó PEER RANK: 5 ñ PEER RANK: 1 ó
PEER RANK: 5 ñ

ENTREPRENEURSHIP ENERGY COMPETITIVENESS


LOANS TO
BUSINESS VITALITY

BUSINESSES NUMBER OF DAYS ENERGY RELATED


ANNUAL AMOUNT OF VALUE OF PATENTS ISSUED UNDER $1M IN NEW ESTABLISHMENTS POPULATION LIVING THAT AIR QUALITY CARBON DIOXIDE ELECTRICITY PRODUCED

ENVIRONMENT
VENTURE CAPITAL3 EXPORTS PER 1,000 WORKERS REVENUE ESTABLISHMENTS SURVIVING 5 YEARS PER CAPITA WITHIN 10 MINUTE WAS “UNHEALTHY FOR EMISSIONS ELECTRICITY FROM NON-CARBON
This data is for Minnesota This data is for Minnesota This data is for Minnesota WATER USAGE6 WALK TO A PARK SENSITIVE GROUPS” PER CAPITA COST7 SOURCES
This data is for urbanized areas only This data is for Minnesota

$
708M $
19.1B 1.66 $
892M 9,336 54.4% 108 GAL/DAY 87.2% 5 DAYS/YEAR 16.2
METRIC TONS
7.8 CENTS/KWH 58.0%
MSP TREND: BETTER MSP TREND: BETTER MSP TREND: WORSE MSP TREND: BETTER MSP TREND: BETTER MSP TREND: WORSE MSP TREND: N/A MSP TREND: BETTER MSP TREND: WORSE MSP TREND: WORSE MSP TREND: WORSE MSP TREND: BETTER
PEER RANK: 11 ó PEER RANK: 8 ó PEER RANK: 6 ó PEER RANK: 8 ó PEER RANK: 12 ó PEER RANK: 2 ò PEER RANK: 4 ó PEER RANK: 1 ó PEER RANK: 1 ó PEER RANK: 9 ò PEER RANK: 4 ò PEER RANK: 2 ñ

TALENT AVAILABILITY HOUSING AFFORDABILITY


11

POPULATION FOREIGN-BORN NUMBER OF


EMPLOYED IN FEMALES AGED POPULATION POPULATION 25+ POPULATION 25+ VIOLENT CRIMES POPULATION 16+ ANNUAL
NET MIGRATION OF ADVANCED 16-64 YEARS AGED 16-64 YEARS WITH AN ASSOCIATE’S WITH A BACHELOR’S POPULATION COMMITTED PER WHO VOLUNTEERED MEDIAN HOME COST-BURDENED CHANGE IN MEDIAN

LIVABILITY
TALENT

25-34 YEAR OLDS INDUSTRIES WORKING WORKING DEGREE OR HIGHER DEGREE OR HIGHER THAT IS OBESE 100K RESIDENTS PAST YEAR8 PURCHASE PRICE HOUSEHOLDS9 APARTMENT RENT 10

+ 7,837
PEOPLE
10.1% 77.3% 76.8% 52.0% 41.7% 26.0% 283 49.1% $
273,400 29.7% 4.8%
MSP TREND: WORSE MSP TREND: SAME MSP TREND: BETTER MSP TREND: BETTER MSP TREND: BETTER MSP TREND: BETTER MSP TREND: WORSE MSP TREND: BETTER MSP TREND: N/A MSP TREND: INCREASING MSP TREND: BETTER MSP TREND: WORSE
PEER RANK: 7 ò PEER RANK: 8 ó PEER RANK: 1 ó PEER RANK: 2 ò PEER RANK: 3 ó PEER RANK: 6 ó PEER RANK: 4 ñ PEER RANK: 2 ó PEER RANK: 1 PEER RANK: 5 ó PEER RANK: 2 PEER RANK: 7 ò

1) Real change based on inflation-adjusted GRP, chained to 2009 dollars. 2) Defined as the annual wage needed to meet likely minimum food, childcare, health insurance, housing, transportation, and other basic 4) Within 2 years of graduation. 5) No new data available. 6) No new data available. 7) Average Industrial rate. 8) No trend available, data methodology changed. 9) Households that pay 30% or more of their
necessities for a family of two working adults and two children (MSP = $35,256), per the MIT Living Wage Calculator. 3) Based on all deals reported to PwC. income on monthly housing costs, renters and homeowners with a mortgage. 10) For 2 bedroom apartments only. 11) For these indicators, peer rank of 1 means most affordable.
GROSS REGIONAL LABOR FORCE TOP TIER TAX RATES POVERTY RATE POPULATION

3.6M
PRODUCT PARTICIPATION RATE CORPORATE TAX WHITE

260.1B 72.0% 5.1%


This data is for Minnesota
$
9.8 %
MSP TREND: INCREASING
MSP TREND: INCREASING MSP TREND: INCREASING MSP TREND: DECREASING PEER RANK: 7 ó
PEER RANK: 7 ó PEER RANK: 1 ó MSP TREND: SAME
PEER RANK: 2ND HIGHEST
PEER RANK: 1 ó

POPULATION
VITAL STATISTICS

GROSS REGIONAL TOP TIER TAX RATES POVERTY RATE


GROWTH
PRODUCT PER CAPITA TOTAL JOBS PERSONAL INCOME TAX13 PEOPLE OF COLOR

72,239 1.9M 18.1% 1.4%


This data is for Minnesota
$
MSP TREND: INCREASING MSP TREND: INCREASING
9.85 %
MSP TREND: DECREASING
MSP TREND: INCREASING

PEER RANK: 6 ò PEER RANK: 7 ó MSP TREND: SAME PEER RANK: 10 ñ PEER RANK: 6 ñ
PEER RANK: 3RD HIGHEST

MEDIAN UNEMPLOYMENT RATE POPULATION


HOUSEHOLD INCOME ANNUALIZED 12 OF COLOR

$
76,856 2.7% 24.4%
MSP TREND: INCREASING MSP TREND: DECREASING MSP TREND: INCREASING
PEER RANK: 4 ó PEER RANK: 1 ñ PEER RANK: 11 ó
12) In this case 1 means the lowest rate of the peer cities. 13) For those making more than $273,151 (married joint); or $163,891 (single).

MSP REGIONAL INDICATORS DASHBOARD COMPANIONS


DASHBOARD COMPANIONS

Peer regions were selected based on demographic Five years of data collection and analysis through the MSP Indicator Dashboard
and economic characteristics, location, evidence of revealed areas that deserve closer examination, including racial inclusion and
competition with MSP for business or talent, and
PEER REGIONS

innovation. Thanks to the Center for Economic Inclusion and Forge North, new
positive economic trajectory. tools exist in 2019 that disaggregate data for the Minneapolis-Saint Paul region
in these priority areas. These are companions to the MSP Indicator Dashboard
ATLANTA and part of a larger effort to track our region’s economic performance in the
DENVER
AUSTIN areas that matter most to our future competitiveness.
PITTSBURGH NEW
BOSTON
PORTLAND, OR INDICATORS OF AN INCLUSIVE REGIONAL ECONOMY THI
CHARLOTTE
centerforeconomicinclusion.org/msp-economic-inclusion-indicators YEA S
SAN FRANCISCO R
CHICAGO
SEATTLE
DALLAS-FT. WORTH REGIONAL INNOVATION INDICATORS
forgenorth.com/Dashboard

The creation of the 2019 dashboard was led by a


collaboration of the following research partners: GENERATION NEXT
gennextmsp.org/data
GREATER MSP

WILDER RESEARCH/MINNESOTA COMPASS METROPOLITAN COUNCIL DATA & MAPS


metrocouncil.org/Data-and-Maps/Data.aspx
ADDITIONAL RESOURCES
RESEARCH PARTNERS

THE ITASCA PROJECT


MINNESOTA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE BUSINESS BENCHMARKS
CENTER FOR ECONOMIC INCLUSION mnchamber.com/benchmarks
MEDICAL ALLEY ASSOCIATION
MINNESOTA COMPASS
THE METROPOLITAN AIRPORTS COMMISSION (MAC) mncompass.org

MINNESOTA DEPARTMENT OF EMPLOYMENT AND MINNESOTA DEPARTMENT OF EMPLOYMENT


ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
mn.gov/deed/data
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS

TRUST FOR PUBLIC LAND MINNESOTA STATE DEMOGRAPHIC CENTER


mn.gov/admin/demography/data-by-topic/
UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA CENTER FOR
TRANSPORTATION STUDIES BROOKINGS METRO MONITOR
brookings.edu/research/metro-monitor-2019/
XCEL ENERGY

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