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State Data Summary:
NEW MEXICO                   
April 2001          
106 responses

 

Economic Impact of Crafts from Craftspeople 2000

Craftspeople affiliated with a craft organization *

75.30%

3,677

Craftspeople not affiliated   * *

24.70%

1,206

Total estimated craftspeople

 

4,883

Average Gross sales/revenue per craftsperson

 

$41,682

Initial economic Impact

 

$203,538,797

Addition of retail markup to wholesale sales

 

92,749,998

Final Economic Impact

 

296,288,795

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

TYPE OF MATERIAL

SALES/REVENUE

INCOME

RESPONSE

Clay

$75,285

$36,400

19.42%

Enamel

$0.00

$0

0.00%

Fiber/Textile

$62,971

$29,455

10.68%

Glass

$98,617

$42,491

10.68%

Leather

$6,000

$6,000

0.97%

Metal

$109,151

$45,554

39.81%

Mixed Media

$142,286

$29,429

6.80%

Organic Materials

$0

$0

0.00%

Paper

$61,212

$56,971

1.94%

Plastics

$65,667

$22,333

2.91%

Wood

$27,900

$21,200

4.85%

Other

$125,000

$69,000

1.94%

Overall

$91,935

$38,621

100.00%

 

Income, Work Environment, and Demographics

INCOME OF CRAFTSPEOPLE
$64,293 - Total Annual Household Income
$44,865 - 60.71% Annual Household Income Derived
                                 from Craft-Related Activities
34.29% - Craftspeople Whose Household Income is only
                                 from Craft-Related Activities
 

GROSS ANNUAL SALES/REVENUE BY DISTRIBUTION
37.18% - $81,547 - Wholesale–within United States
1.44% - $16,929 - Wholesale – Export/International
14.41% - $13,487 - Consignment to Galleries
41.38% - $32,825 - Retail
5.59% - $12,194 - Other
100.00% - $94,476 - Total Sales/Revenue

SOURCES OF RETAIL SALES
23.63% - $8,213 - From Studio
54.36% - $15,684 - From Crafts Fairs
15.89% - $4,617 - From Commissions
6.12% - $1,201 - Other
 

LOCATION OF ANNUAL GROSS SALES/REVENUE
45.76% - Within the State
54.24%  - Outside the State

PERCENT OF CRAFTSPEOPLE WITH EMPLOYEES,
PAYROLL, & SUB-CONTRACT EXPENSES
17.92% - At Lease One Full-time Employee
23.58% At Lease one Part-time Employee
25.47% Some Payroll Expense
20.75% Some Sub-contract Expense

CRAFTSPEOPLE WITH EMPLOYEES,
PAYROLL AND SUB-CONTRACT
4.53 - Number of Full-time Paid Employees
1.84 - Number of Part-time Paid Employees
3.30 - Full-time equivalent (FTE) Employees
$55,557 - Total Gross Annual Payroll of Employees
$17,436 - Annual Payroll per FTE Employee
$20,727 - Total Gross Annual Sub-Contract Exp.
 

CRAFTSPEOPLE & STUDIO
55.66% - Work Alone in a Studio
23.58% - Work in Studio with Partner/Family
20.75% - Owner With Paid Employee
0.00% - Employee for Craftsperson or Studio
0.00% - Contract Worker

STUDIO LOCATED IN OR ON THE RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY
85.58%

MEMBER OF CRAFT ORGANIZATION(S)
77.23%

AGE GROUP
0.00% - Below 25
3.96% - 25-35
32.67% - 36-45
43.56% - 46-55
15.84% - 56-65
3.96% - Over 65
Mean age = 48

GENDER
56.44% - Female
43.56% - Male

RACE OF RESPONDENTS
0.00% - African-American
0.00% - Asian/Pacific Islander
91.09% - Caucasian
0.99% - Hispanic
5.94% - Native American
1.98% - Other

DISABLED/HANDICAPPED
3.92%

AMERICAN VETERAN
4.04%


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