Useful reports for in-depth look at Santa Fe in Data
SF B2C Published Reports
Santa Fe Advance Report: Designing a Workforce for Economic Success
Published March 2017
Prepared by Innovate+Educated for the Santa Fe Advance, a Collaborative Working Group of the Santa Fe Birth to Career Collaboration. Focused on building a workforce ecosystem for economic advancement. The report includes a comprehensive look at existing job trends and potential for Santa Feans and contains three core recommendations for creating an ecosystem for growth.
Educational Attainment, Career Pathways and Workforce Development Opportunities in Santa Fe: Preliminary Results & Analysis from Survey, Interviews & Research. July-August 2015
Prepared by New Mexico Voices for Children for Santa Fe Birth to Career Collaboration, City of Santa Fe Mayor's Children, Youth and Families Community Cabinet and Santa Fe Community Foundation
State of Santa Fe Children, Youth & Families
Prepared by the Santa Fe Birth to Career Collaboration (SF B2C) for presentation at the Mayor's Children, Youth & Families Community Cabinet first meeting on 2014 October 28.
Santa Fe County in 2013: A Community Health Profile
Prepared by O’Donnell Economics and Strategy for CHRISTUS St. Vincent Regional Medical Center, Santa Fe County Community Services Division, and Santa Fe and County Health Policy & Planning Commission
Santa Fe Trends Report
Published by the City of Santa Fe, this 30-page document provides a statistical view of how the city of Santa Fe is progressing on various issues.
New Mexico Youth Risk & Resiliency Survey, High School Survey Results, Grades 9-12, Santa Fe County, 2013
Published by New Mexico Department of Health, the Public Education Department, and University of New Mexico Prevention Research Center.
Economic & Industry Snapshot, Santa Fe MSA/County, New Mexico, June 2014
This snapshot, prepared by the New Mexico Department of Workforce Solutions, Economic Research and Analysis Bureau, provides a summary of industry employment in the Santa Fe MSA (Santa Fe County), including historical and projected growth and other economic indicators. Information is provided for the purposes of evaluating strength in industries and potential for future growth and investment.
Building on the Past, Facing the Future: Renewing the Creative Economy of New Mexico, 2014
Prepared by University of New Mexico Bureau of Business and Economic Research for New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs
Useful websites for exploring data on various issue areas
New Mexico Indicator Based Information System (NM-IBIS)
New Mexico's Public Health Data Resource provided by Department of Health
SHARE New Mexico Maps & Data
Explore and download maps and data for a broad range of New Mexico community indicators and resources
New Mexico Community Data Collaborative
Kids Count Data Center - New Mexico
National Center for Education Statistics
CENSUS Quick Links for Santa Fe County
City of Santa Fe GIS (Geographic Information System)