Houston-Baytown-Sugar Land MSA

Houston - Baytown - Sugar land MSA

Economic Impact of PVAMU on the Greater Houston Region (Houston-Baytown-Sugar Land Metropolitan Statistical Area):

  • The direct spending impact on the Greater Houston Region is $227,033,329 annually.
    • The direct economic impact of PVAMU on the Greater Houston Region is estimated at $227.03 million per year. This impact includes $67.56 million in wages and salaries for faculty and staff, $41.17 million in other institutional spending, $67.38 million in spending by undergraduate students, $36.47 million in spending by graduate students, and $14.45 million in spending by visitors to the University.
  • The total output impact on the Greater Houston Region is $419,595,885 annually.
    • The total economic impact of PVAMU to the Greater Houston Region is estimated at $419.60 million annually, which includes $227.03 million in direct impact, which in turn generates an additional $192.56 million in secondary effects. The total economic impact includes $136.82 million in wages and salaries for faculty and staff, $107.43 million in other institutional spending, $99.34 million in spending by undergraduate students, $54.31 million in spending by graduate students, and $21.69 million in spending by visitors to the University.
  • The labor income impact on the Greater Houston Region is $175,003,690 annually.
    • The labor income impact of PVAMU to the Greater Houston Region is estimated at $175.00 million annually. Of this total, $82.33 million is generated by faculty and staff wages and salaries, $41.96 million by other institutional spending, $28.37 million by undergraduate student spending, $15.96 million by graduate student spending, and $6.38 million by visitor spending.
  • The employment impact on the Greater Houston Region is 3,182 full-time jobs.
    • The PVAMU operations support a total of 3,182 full-time jobs in the Greater Houston Region. Of this total, 1,602 jobs are supported by faculty and staff wages and salaries, 583 jobs by other institutional spending, 553 jobs by undergraduate student spending, 318 jobs by graduate student spending, and 127 jobs by visitor spending.
  • The increase in lifetime earnings power of 2012 graduates residing in Greater Houston Region equals $618,123,127.
    • Based on gains in lifetime earning streams from a university degree, the University contributes $618.12 million to additional lifetime earnings of 2012 graduates who reside in the Greater Houston Region. Of this total, $364.74 million is contributed to graduates with Bachelor’s degrees, $236.26 million to graduates with Master’s degrees, and $17.12 million to graduates with Doctorate degrees.

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