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State Data Summary:
MONTANA
April 2001   
Responses 42

 

Economic Impact of Crafts from Craftspeople 1999-2000

Craftspeople affiliated with a craft organization

47.6%

741

Craftspeople not affiliated  

52.4%

816

Total estimated craftspeople

 

1,557

Average Gross sales/revenue per craftsperson

 

$66,658

Initial economic Impact

 

$103,768,021

Addition of retail markup to wholesale sales

 

55,339,496

Final Economic Impact

 

$159,107,517

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

TYPE OF MATERIAL

SALES/REVENUE

INCOME

RESPONSE

Clay

$21,876

$9,933

18.9%

Enamel

$0

$0

0.0%

Fiber/Textile

$21,600

$9,900

18.9%

Glass

$22,500

$14,000

5.4%

Leather

$25,000

$25,000

2.7%

Metal

$32,556

$40,000

24.3%

Mixed Media

$10,000

$10,000

2.7%

Organic Materials

$9,000

$3,000

5.4%

Paper

$4,000

$4,000

2.7%

Plastics

$94,276

$13,800

5.4%

Wood

$82,050

$27,500

10.8%

Other

$22,000

$10,000

2.7%

Overall

$70,240

$34,359

100.0%

 

Income, Work Environment, and Demographics

INCOME OF CRAFTSPEOPLE
$52,906 - Total Annual Household Income
$45,541 - (41.5%) Annual Household Income from
                                 Craft-Related Activities
14.29% - Percent of Craftspeople Whose Household
                 Income is only from Craft-Related Activities
 

GROSS ANNUAL SALES/REVENUE BY DISTRIBUTION
26.6% - $69,320 – Wholesale – within United States
0.0% - $0- Wholesale – Export/International
7.9% - $3,307- Consignment to Galleries
62.0% - $31,738 - Retail
3.5% - $3,522 - Other
100.00% - $66,658 - Total Sales/Revenue

SOURCES OF RETAIL SALES
22.4% - $5,041 - From Studio
55.2% - $21,750 - From Crafts Fairs
18.6% - $6,604- From Commissions
3.9% - $222- Other

LOCATION OF ANNUAL GROSS SALES/REVENUE
62.9% - Within the State
37.2% - Outside the State
 

PERCENT OF CRAFTSPEOPLE WITH EMPLOYEES,
PAYROLL & SUB-CONTRACT EXPENSES
16.7% - At Least One Full-time Employee
16.7% - At Least one Part-time Employee
26.2% - Some Payroll Expense
16.7% - Some Sub-contract Expense 

CRAFTSPEOPLE WITH EMPLOYEES,
PAYROLL AND SUB-CONTRACT
1.29- Number of Full-time Paid Employees
2.00- Number of Part-time Paid Employees
1.45- Full-time equivalent (FTE) Employees
$17,755- Total Gross Annual Payroll of Employees
$13,445 - Annual Payroll per FTE Employee
$37,843 - Total Gross Annual Sub-Contract Expense

CRAFTSPEOPLE & STUDIO
64.3% - Work Alone in a Studio
16.7% - Work in Studio with Partner of Family
19.1% - Owner/Partner of a Studio with Paid Employees
0.0% - Employee for Craftsperson or Studio
0.0% - Contract Worker

STUDIO LOCATED IN OR ON THE RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY
75.6%

MEMBER OF CRAFT ORGANIZATION(S)
47.6%  

AGE GROUP
0.0% - Below 25
9.8% - 25-35
34.2% - 36-45
46.3% - 46-55
4.9% - 56-65
4.9% - Over 65
Mean age = 46.6829

GENDER
60.0% - Female
40.0% - Male

RACE OF RESPONDENTS
0.0% - African-American
2.5% - Asian/Pacific Islander
92.5% - Caucasian
0.0% - Hispanic
2.5% - Native American
2.5% - Other

DISABLED/HANDICAPPED
4.9%

AMERICAN VETERAN
5.3%


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