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State Data Summary:

FLORIDA 
April 2001   
Number of responses 300

Economic Impact of Crafts from Craftspeople 1999-2000

Craftspeople affiliated with a craft organization

84.9%

3,163

Craftspeople not affiliated  

15.2%

563

Total estimated craftspeople

 

3,726

Average Gross sales/revenue per craftsperson

 

$58,210

Initial economic Impact

 

$216,864,817

Addition of retail markup to wholesale sales

 

92,594,245

Final Economic Impact

 

$309,459,062

  
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  SALES/REVENUE (before expenses) and 
  INCOME (after expenses) BY CRAFT MEDIUM

TYPE OF MATERIAL

SALES/REVENUE

INCOME

RESPONSE

Clay

$38,886

$27,435

31.2%

Enamel

$53,213

$28,438

2.7%

Fiber/Textile

$24,918

$15,179

14.4%

Glass

$55,538

$28,063

10.3%

Leather

$60,000

$60,000

0.3%

Metal

$120,281

$31,696

18.5%

Mixed Media

$27,837

$25,426

6.9%

Organic Materials

$47,500

$47,500

0.7%

Paper

$178,141

$40,000

3.8%

Plastics

$20,919

$10,919

1.4%

Wood

$49,347

$39,569

5.8%

Other

$33,717

$36,250

4.1%

Overall

$58,803

$27,883

100.0%

  
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INCOME OF CRAFTSPEOPLE
$64,691- Total Annual Household Income
$30,843- (46.7%) Annual Household Income from 
                             Craft-Related Activities          
24.91% - Percent of Craftspeople Whose Household      
                Income is only from Craft-Related Activities
 

GROSS ANNUAL SALES/REVENUE BY DISTRIBUTION
20.1% - $52,741– Wholesale – within United States
00.7% - $18,900- Wholesale – Export/International
12.0% - $6,134- Consignment to Galleries
56.3% - $32,935- Retail
10.9% - $7,400- Other
100.00% - $58,210- Total Sales/Revenue


SOURCES OF RETAIL SALES
24.5% - $6,352 - From Studio
54.5% - $22,502 - From Crafts Fairs
14.2% - $3,597 - From Commissions
6.9% - $1,815- Other

 

LOCATION OF ANNUAL GROSS SALES/REVENUE
67.2% - Within the State
32.9% - Outside the State

 

PERCENT OF CRAFTSPEOPLE WITH EMPLOYEES, PAYROLL & SUB-CONTRACT EXPENSES
10.7% - At Least One Full-time Employee
14.0% - At Least one Part-time Employee
13.7% - Some Payroll Expense
12.7% - Some Sub-contract Expense

 

CRAFTSPEOPLE WITH EMPLOYEES,
PAYROLL AND SUB-CONTRACT
3.44- Number of Full-time Paid Employees
1.43- Number of Part-time Paid Employees
2.30- Full-time equivalent (FTE) Employees
$48,820- Total Gross Annual Payroll of Employees
$15,700- Annual Payroll per FTE Employee
$13,845 -Total Gross Annual Sub-Contract Expense

  
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CRAFTSPEOPLE & STUDIO"
67.5% - Work Alone in a Studio
20.8% - Work in Studio with Partner of Family
10.1% - Owner/Partner of a Studio with Paid Employees
0.7% - Employee for Craftsperson or Studio
1.0% - Contract Worker

 

STUDIO LOCATED IN OR ON THE RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY
80.9%

 

MEMBER OF CRAFT ORGANIZATION(S)
84.9% 

 

AGE GROUP
0.0% - Below 25
5.5% - 25-35
19.1% - 36-45
44.7% - 46-55
24.2% - 56-65
6.5% - Over 65
Mean age = 51.1195

 

GENDER
69.7% - Female
30.3% - Male

 

RACE OF RESPONDENTS
0.3% - African-American
0.7% - Asian/Pacific Islander
93.3% - Caucasian
2.0% - Hispanic
1.4% - Native American
2.4% - Other

 

DISABLED/HANDICAPPED
5/2%

 

AMERICAN VETERAN
6.6%

  










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