Travel Economic Impact Calculator City Level

Choose between state or city-level data by clicking on one of the buttons below.

State Level City Level
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The current annual economic impact of travel in { controls.dropdown.text | regionName }:*

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Travel Spending

(millions)

{ data.source.employment | formatValue -1 }

Travel Employment

(jobs)

{ data.source.taxes | formatValue 'auto' '$' }

Travel State & Local Taxes

(millions)

*This is the most current data available provided by each city. The methodology of each data set may differ and therefore is not comparable.

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The Travel Economic Impact Calculator is an interactive tool that enables U.S. Travel members to simulate the effects of changes in traveler spending in a specific city.

Select a city from the dropdown menu, and then adjust the slider to select an increase or decrease in travel spending. The calculator will then estimate the city's economic impact based on this spending change.

Select a city.

Use the slider to select an increase or decrease in travel spending.

Annual economic impact of a { data.percentChange | formatValue 2 '' '%' true } change in current travel spending

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Travel Spending

(millions)

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Travel Employment

(jobs)

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Travel State & Local Taxes

(millions)

This change in state & local taxes could add the following number of public sector jobs

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Firefighters

or

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Police Officers

or

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Teachers