LA2050

Metrics

The target metrics are measures of progress for each goal. Any particular target metric by itself can’t tell the complete story. So, we’ve combined a variety of metrics for each goal to provide a fuller picture of how the region is doing. The #LA2050Listens community conversation series and roundtable sessions with topic experts contributed to the formation of the target metrics and goals.

When selecting target metrics, LA2050 looked at statistical information that: a) contributes to achieving the goal, b) can be reliably sourced, and c) is regularly updated.

Metric
Arts establishments create View Metric
Employment in the creative industries create View Metric
Federal research grant funding create View Metric
Gini coefficient create View Metric
High growth startups create View Metric
Jobs per capita create View Metric
Manufacturing activity create View Metric
Measures of cultural and global economic influence (“soft power”) create View Metric
Minority- and women-owned firms create View Metric
Patents per capita create View Metric
Percentage of graduates from local higher education institutions that remain in LA County 5 years after graduating create View Metric
Recruiting and retention rates for local higher education institutions create View Metric
Unemployment (and opportunities) for the formerly incarcerated create View Metric
Venture capital investment create View Metric