Economic Data

Economic Data

December 2016 Economic Snapshot: The Economics of Culture and Charity

Ever wondered how many charities are in New York City - or how many people they employ? Or how much money museums bring in? Simon and Andrew discuss the recent employment numbers in New York City and explore the economics of giving in the final podcast of 2016.

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November 2016 Economic Snapshot

Citi Bike is a wildly popular bike share program in New York City – but who exactly uses it, and why? This month, we merge into the bike lane and get the economic data on the city's cycling successes.

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#103: Unemployment Still Low, Mergers and Acquisitions Soar, and the Other Half of Other Services

The final Economic Snapshot volume of 2018

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Coming or Going? NYC Migration Ins and Outs

 |  NYCEDC
There are more jobs in the city than at any time in history, and the unemployment rate has fallen to historically low levels. Yet this success doesn’t mean that the city will keep all of its residents. Each year, thousands of people arrive in New York City and settle here, and thousands of people leave.

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New Yorkers and Their Cars

 |  NYCEDC
The New York International Auto Show runs from March 30 to April 8, which got us thinking about the car culture (or lack thereof) in New York City. According to recent census estimates, almost 1.4 million households in New York City own a car compared to 3.1 million total households.

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Generations in NYC, part 2: What’s the Generational Makeup of Your PUMA?

 |  NYCEDC
This is the second installment of our series looking into the different generations of New Yorkers; what they are, how the differences between them impact New York City’s labor force, and how they affect the city’s neighborhoods.

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Cybersecurity in New York City

New York City - A leader in the future of cybersecurity

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EdTech in New York City

In the last decade, the market for Education Technology (EdTech) has exploded.

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Generations in NYC, part 1: Generations 101

 |  NYCEDC
This month we begin a series looking into the different generations of New Yorkers; what they are, how the differences between them impact New York City’s labor force, and how they affect the city’s neighborhoods.

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Transportation Trends in NYC

 |  NYCEDC
New York City’s transportation industry is in the midst of an upheaval. Ridership through app-based services like Uber and Lyft has surged, while subway and bus ridership has declined.