In the July 2015 Economic Snapshot, we explore the employment trends and growth of the TAMI sector in New York City. TAMI subsectors such as app and software development, research and development, and broadcasting are often characterized by rapid growth, creativity, and innovation.
NYC is home to the largest immigrant population of any U.S. city. Foreign-born workers are not only able to find work in NYC, but have also found opportunities to grow businesses of their own, with more than 47% of incorporated businesses owned and operated by foreign-born workers.
At present, NYC may not be living up to its full potential in terms of biotech capital and development infrastructure but there is significant potential. Our March Economic Snapshot reveals opportunities for growth and ways that NYC can transform itself into the next locus of life science innovation.
New York City is a perfect environment for education technology startups, with steady sources of funding, as well as access to one of the largest school systems in the country. Our Education Technology in New York City report examines the drivers for the growth of education technology companies in the city.
Subway commuting data can offer clues to the residential and commercial use of space in the city which can help to inform planning decisions that will support economic and residential growth development in new and emerging areas. We set out to explore the New York MTA’s turnstile data.