Any time you include Emsi data in a webpage, report, or other media, you must abide by the following citation guidelines.
- If you use Emsi data along with other data sources, you must include either a footnote or an in-text citation for each instance Emsi data is used, along with the year the data was published by Emsi. E.g. “’Occupation Summary for Receptionists’ (Emsi, 2020).”
- If you include Emsi charts or graphs, you must attribute Emsi either within each chart or graph, or directly above or below each chart or graph. For example:
- If you include only Emsi data, with no other contributing data sources, you may choose to either cite each instance of Emsi data used, or you may include a general attribution at the beginning or end of your webpage, report, etc. If you choose to include only a general attribution, the attribution must be prominently displayed.
- In addition to the above requirements, whenever you cite Emsi data, you must display prominently on the webpage, report, etc. Emsi’s website URL as follows: “Emsi – economicmodelling.co.uk”. For instance, at the bottom of a webpage containing Emsi data, you could include the following attribution: “Source: Emsi- economicmodelling.co.uk”.
- If you publish an Emsi report as exported from an Emsi tool, you may not remove any of the attribution information from the report.