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New York Statistics

  • Population (2000): 18,976,457
  • Births / Deaths / Infant Deaths (2004): 246,351 / 152,427 / 1,359
  • Land Area (2000): 122,283.146 square kilometers
  • Water Area (2000): 19,016.250 square kilometers
  • Farm Area (2002): 7,660,969.000 acres (30,996.281 square kilometers)
  • Farms (2002): 37,255
  • Farms under 50 acres (2002): 30.40%
  • Farms over 500 acres (2002): 9.40%
  • Farm earnings (2005): $992,222,000
  • Gallons of water used per day (total / irrigation / public use) (2000): 12,100,000,000 / 36,000,000 / 2,570,000,000
  • Ground water as percent of water use (2000): 7.40%
  • Physicians (2004): 81,716
  • Community Hospitals (Beds) (2004): 206 (64,205)
  • Medicare Recipients (2005): 2,796,213
  • Federal Spending (2004): $157,789,419
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  • Area Code(s): 516, 631

New York Population By Year

 

Year  Population Year  Population Year  Population
1965 18,073,000 1979 17,649,000 1993 18,197,000
1966 18,258,000 1980 17,506,690 1994 18,169,000
1967 18,336,000 1981 17,594,000 1995 18,136,000
1968 18,113,000 1982 17,659,000 1996 18,185,000
1969 18,321,000 1983 17,667,000 1997 18,137,000
1970 18,190,740 1984 17,735,000 1998 18,175,000
1971 18,391,000 1985 17,783,000 1999 18,197,000
1972 18,366,000 1986 17,772,000 2000 18,976,457
1973 18,265,000 1987 17,825,000 2001 19,011,378
1974 18,111,000 1988 17,898,000 2002 19,134,293
1975 18,120,000 1989 17,950,000 2003 19,212,425
1976 18,084,000 1990 17,990,455 2004 19,280,727
1977 17,924,000 1991 18,058,000 2005 19,315,721
1978 17,748,000 1992 18,119,000 2006 19,306,183


Houses (2000): 7,679,307
Building Permits Issued (2006): 54,059
Valuation of Building Permits (2006): $7,090,536,000

New York Population – Urban/Rural

Urban/Rural Population Percent
 Urban 16,601,126 87.48%
 Rural, Farm 61,503 0.32%
 Rural, Non-farm 2,313,828 12.19%

 

New York Real Estate Lawyers provide services for home buying/selling, commercial real estate, leases, landlord tenant, construction, land use and zoning laws. From the Justia Lawyer Directory.

New York Employment Information


Employment (2003): 364
Payroll (2003) / (1Q 2003): $18,438,000 / $3,508,000

New York Labor Force By Month

 

Year Labor Force  Employed Unemployment
 Total Percent Rate
1990 17,617,712 16,679,600 938,112 5.32% 90
1991 17,509,358 16,225,006 1,284,352 7.34% 135
1992 17,469,882 15,959,451 1,510,431 8.65% 160
1993 17,397,870 16,026,997 1,370,873 7.88% 158
1994 17,363,974 16,160,486 1,203,487 6.93% 139
1995 17,353,675 16,251,597 1,102,079 6.35% 127
1996 17,561,088 16,457,825 1,103,263 6.28% 117
1997 17,995,022 16,833,088 1,161,935 6.46% 129
1998 18,117,599 17,093,099 1,024,500 5.65% 105
1999 18,268,159 17,314,862 953,297 5.22% 104
2000 18,333,943 17,502,882 831,061 4.53% 70
2001 18,386,533 17,487,849 898,684 4.89% 68
2002 18,598,071 17,442,856 1,155,215 6.21% 115
2003 18,598,001 17,407,778 1,190,223 6.40% 128
2004 18,684,564 17,599,133 1,085,431 5.81% 80
2005 18,830,818 17,885,319 945,500 5.02% 100
2006 18,984,309 18,114,139 870,170 4.58% 77
2007 19,038,602 18,174,556 864,045 4.54% 64
2008 19,178,882 18,185,413 993,468 5.18% 103
Month Labor Force  Employed Unemployment
 Total Percent Rate
Jan 2008 19,160,106 18,144,735 1,015,371 5.30% 106
Feb 2008 19,031,432 18,132,848 898,584 4.72% 94
Mar 2008 19,024,891 18,091,437 933,454 4.91% 99
Apr 2008 19,083,217 18,197,951 885,266 4.64% 92
May 2008 19,121,807 18,149,645 972,162 5.08% 101
Jun 2008 19,322,633 18,304,327 1,018,306 5.27% 105
Jul 2008 19,319,765 18,299,861 1,019,904 5.28% 105
Aug 2008 19,292,960 18,198,650 1,094,310 5.67% 114
Sep 2008 19,253,123 18,149,267 1,103,856 5.73% 114
Oct, 2008 –%
Nov, 2008 –%
Dec, 2008 –%

 

New York Employment By Industry

 

 Male, with percent of employed male population
1. Construction 393,651 8.98%
2. Professional / Scientific / Tech Services 304,545 6.95%
3. Educational Services 281,039 6.41%
4. Finance and Insurance 263,805 6.02%
5. Accommodation and Food Services 254,958 5.82%
6. Public Administration 253,079 5.77%
7. Health Care 244,233 5.57%
8. Other Transportation 164,708 3.76%
9. Admin, Support, and Waste Management 160,385 3.66%
10. Food and Beverage Stores 113,381 2.59%
11. Real Estate and Rental and Leasing 110,172 2.51%
12. Repair and Maintenance 92,087 2.10%
13. Arts / Entertainment / Recreation 87,160 1.99%
14. Broadcasting and Telecommunications 82,576 1.88%
15. Publishing / Movie / Sound Recording Industries 71,712 1.64%
16. Miscellaneous Manufacturing 67,850 1.55%
17. Machinery Manufacturing 65,476 1.49%
18. Metal Manufactuing 63,270 1.44%
19. Religious / Grantmaking / Civic / Similar Organizations 60,019 1.37%
20. Motor Vehicle and Parts Dealers 57,195 1.31%
 Female, with percent of employed female population
1. Health Care 716,063 17.90%
2. Educational Services 591,005 14.77%
3. Finance and Insurance 295,173 7.38%
4. Professional / Scientific / Tech Services 272,628 6.81%
5. Accommodation and Food Services 200,030 5.00%
6. Public Administration 180,293 4.51%
7. Social Assistance 172,283 4.31%
8. Admin, Support, and Waste Management 108,969 2.72%
9. Religious / Grantmaking / Civic / Similar Organizations 89,431 2.24%
10. Food and Beverage Stores 88,765 2.22%
11. Personal and Laundry Services 73,805 1.84%
12. Publishing / Movie / Sound Recording Industries 70,051 1.75%
13. Arts / Entertainment / Recreation 69,132 1.73%
14. Department and Other General Stores 68,458 1.71%
15. Real Estate and Rental and Leasing 67,537 1.69%
16. Broadcasting and Telecommunications 54,521 1.36%
17. Clothing and Apparel Including Shoes 49,608 1.24%
18. Miscellaneous Manufacturing 48,031 1.20%
19. Other Transportation 45,923 1.15%
20. Apparel Manufacturing 45,157 1.13%

 

New York Employment By Job

 

 Male, with percent of employed male population
1. Other Management Occupations 202,886 4.63%
2. Other Sales and Related Occupations 180,076 4.11%
3. Building and Grounds Cleaning and Maintenance 177,919 4.06%
4. Other Installation / Maintenance 163,000 3.72%
5. Other Production Occupations 152,943 3.49%
6. Sales Reps / Wholesale and Manufact 150,523 3.43%
7. Driver / Sales Workers and Truckers 147,091 3.36%
8. Recording / Scheduling / Dispatching 141,553 3.23%
9. Computer Specialists 133,356 3.04%
10. Other Office and Admin Support 114,398 2.61%
11. Retail Sales, Not cashiers 106,037 2.42%
12. Law Enforcement Workers 100,631 2.30%
13. Vehicle Mechanics 96,558 2.20%
14. Top Executives 95,760 2.19%
15. Laborers and Material Movers / Handlers 84,579 1.93%
16. Business Operations Specialists 80,376 1.83%
17. Cooks and Food Preparation Workers 77,569 1.77%
18. Metal Workers and Plastic Workers 76,247 1.74%
19. Engineers 73,005 1.67%
20. Other Protective Service Workers 68,925 1.57%
 Female, with percent of employed female population
1. Other Office and Admin Support 274,515 6.86%
2. Secretaries and Admins 272,349 6.81%
3. Teachers, Pre/Primary School 193,499 4.84%
4. Nursing / Psychiatric / Home Health 167,767 4.19%
5. Registered Nurses 153,279 3.83%
6. Other Management Occupations 143,503 3.59%
7. Informaion and Record Clerks, Not Customer Service 140,572 3.51%
8. Other Sales and Related Occupations 122,946 3.07%
9. Cashiers 114,721 2.87%
10. Other Teachers / Instructors / Librarians 109,494 2.74%
11. Retail Sales, Not cashiers 108,783 2.72%
12. Building and Grounds Cleaning and Maintenance 104,944 2.62%
13. Counselors / Social Workers / Etc. 95,477 2.39%
14. Business Operations Specialists 92,569 2.31%
15. Bookkeeping / Accounting / Auditing 92,561 2.31%
16. Health Technologists and Technicians 84,899 2.12%
17. Child Care Workers 83,965 2.10%
18. Sales Reps / Wholesale and Manufact 78,016 1.95%
19. Other Production Occupations 76,482 1.91%
20. Customer Service Representatives 75,068 1.88%

 

New York Hours Worked Per Week In 1999

Hours Per Week  Population Percent
35 or more hours 7,651,751 51.68%
15-35 hours 1,634,195 11.04%
1-14 hours 454,388 3.07%
No regular hours 5,065,578 34.21%

 

New York Time Left For Work

Time  Population Percent
Midnight-4:59 AM 194,562 2.44%
5 AM-5:29 AM 174,328 2.19%
5:30 AM-5:59 AM 253,826 3.19%
6 AM-6:29 AM 573,349 7.20%
6:30 AM-6:59 AM 706,982 8.88%
7 AM-7:29 AM 1,147,579 14.41%
7:30 AM-7:59 AM 1,213,706 15.24%
8 AM-8:29 AM 1,144,298 14.37%
8:30 AM-8:59 AM 614,475 7.72%
9:00 AM-9:59 AM 593,377 7.45%
10:00 AM-10:59 AM 224,011 2.81%
11:00 AM-11:59 AM 105,049 1.32%
Noon-3:59 PM 517,309 6.50%
4 PM-11:59 PM 501,196 6.29%

 

New York Length Of Commute In Minutes

Minutes  Population Percent
Less than 5 219,036 2.75%
5-9 680,270 8.54%
10-14 956,590 12.01%
15-19 1,020,084 12.81%
20-24 1,013,757 12.73%
25-29 399,384 5.01%
30-34 1,058,688 13.29%
35-39 203,722 2.56%
40-44 340,311 4.27%
45-59 806,556 10.13%
60-89 848,185 10.65%
At least 90 417,464 5.24%

 

New York Length Of Commute In Mintues – Public vs. Private Transportation

 

Minutes  Population (public) Percent  Population (private) Percent
Under 30 351,071 4.41% 3,938,050 49.45%
30-44 508,466 6.38% 1,094,255 13.74%
45-59 385,651 4.84% 420,905 5.29%
At least 60 761,006 9.56% 504,643 6.34%

 

New York Type Of Commute

Type Population Percent
 Bicycle 25,036 0.30%
 Car / truck / van, carpool 756,918 9.22%
 Car / truck / van, solo 4,620,178 56.26%
 Motorcycle 3,625 0.04%
 Other 40,375 0.49%
 Public transportation 2,006,194 24.43%
 Walked 511,721 6.23%
 Worked at home 247,869 3.02%

 

New York Employment Lawyers handle cases involving employment contracts, severance agreements, OSHA, workers compensation, ADA, race, sex, pregnancy, national-orgin, sexual orientation and age discrimination, sexual harassment, hours & wages and overtime issues. From the Justia Lawyer Directory.

New York Family Information


Households (2000): 7,060,595 (18,395,693 people)
Families (2000): 4,673,485 (15,047,271 people)
Families where both partners work (2000): 1,579,091
People at same address in 1995: 10,961,493

New York Household Income in 1999

 

Income Population Percent
Under $10,000 809,507 11.47%
$10,000-$14,999 453,320 6.42%
$15,000-$19,999 408,841 5.79%
$20,000-$24,999 413,770 5.86%
$25,000-$29,999 407,864 5.78%
$30,000-$34,999 399,179 5.65%
$35,000-$39,999 374,292 5.30%
$40,000-$44,999 357,153 5.06%
$45,000-$49,999 315,556 4.47%
$50,000-$59,999 591,627 8.38%
$60,000-$74,999 706,085 10.00%
$75,000-$99,999 746,384 10.57%
$100,000-$124,999 420,885 5.96%
$125,000-$149,999 218,640 3.10%
$150,000-$199,999 202,640 2.87%
$200,000 or more 234,852 3.33%

 

New York Household Type

Type Population Percent
 Nonfamily, 1 person 1,982,742 28.10%
 Family, 2 people 1,740,845 24.67%
 Nonfamily, 2 people 350,143 4.96%
 Family, 3 people 1,104,286 15.65%
 Nonfamily, 3 people 52,654 0.75%
 Family, 4 people 981,170 13.90%
 Nonfamily, 4 people 19,251 0.27%
 Family, 5 people 483,835 6.86%
 Nonfamily, 5 people 7,255 0.10%
 Family, 6 people 190,923 2.71%
 Nonfamily, 6 people 2,886 0.04%
 Family, 7 or more people 138,328 1.96%
 Nonfamily, 7 or more people 2,542 0.04%

 

New York Household Income Type

Type  Population Percent
Earnings 5,516,841 29.34%
Interest / Dividend / Rent 2,580,279 13.72%
Public Assistance 344,175 1.83%
Retirement 1,196,637 6.36%
Self Employment 737,728 3.92%
Social Security 1,837,421 9.77%
Supplemental Security 390,779 2.08%
Wage / Salary 5,338,072 28.39%
Other 859,644 4.57%

 

New York Family Type

Type Population Percent
 No children under 18 1,775,497 52.86%
 With children under 18 1,583,653 47.14%

 

New York Marital Status – Male (for those 15+ in 2000)

Type Population Percent
 Divorced 463,870 6.51%
 Married 3,988,587 55.99%
 Never Married 2,474,148 34.73%
 Widowed 197,110 2.77%

 

New York Marital Status – Female (for those 15+ in 2000)

Type Population Percent
 Divorced 709,220 8.94%
 Married 4,031,894 50.83%
 Never Married 2,303,748 29.04%
 Widowed 887,299 11.19%

 

New York Family Lawyers help clients with family law issues, such as marriage, divorce, domestic partnerships, adoptions, paternity, annulment, child support, custody, division of property, alimony, palimony, restraining orders, spousal support, uncontested divorce and visitation rights. From the Justia Lawyer Directory.

New York Education Information

New York Highest Degree Earned (18 or older)

Degree Population Percent
 Less than 9th grade 1,072,842 7.50%
 9th-12th grade, no diploma 1,974,933 13.81%
 High school diploma or equivalent 3,925,774 27.45%
 Some college, no degree 2,694,622 18.84%
 Associate degree 994,062 6.95%
 Bachelors degree 2,143,379 14.99%
 Graduate or professional degree 1,496,654 10.46%

 

New York Population In School (3 or older)

School Level  In Public School Percent  In Private School Percent Total Percent
Nursery or preschool 167,050 0.88% 164,326 0.87% 331,376 1.75%
Kindergarten 222,292 1.17% 50,212 0.26% 272,504 1.44%
Grades 1-4 958,617 5.05% 161,058 0.85% 1,119,675 5.90%
Grades 5-8 939,845 4.95% 148,977 0.79% 1,088,822 5.74%
Grades 9-12 957,533 5.05% 145,745 0.77% 1,103,278 5.81%
Undergrad college 633,444 3.34% 391,836 2.06% 1,025,280 5.40%
Graduate or professional school 108,614 0.57% 167,481 0.88% 276,095 1.45%
Total 3,987,395 21.01% 1,229,635 6.48% 5,217,030 27.49%

 

New York Education Lawyers represent colleges, school districts, other educational institutions, and students in the practice of education law. They handle issues related to No Child Left Behind, special education, and disability rights. From the Justia Lawyer Directory.

New York Business Information


Number of Businesses (2003): 88
Wholesale trade sales (2002): $343,663,041,000
Retail sales (2002): $178,067,530,000
Accommodation and foodservices sales (2002): $27,835,952,000
Value of Manufacturers’ Shipments (2002): $147,317,463,000
Retired workers (2005): 1,991,618

New York Businesses Changes By Year

 

Year – Type  Business Births  Business Deaths  Business Expansions  Business Contractions  Stable Businesses
1999 – Accommodation & Food Services 0 0 0 0 0
1999 – Administrative & Support & Waste Management & remediation serv 2,507 2,411 5,412 4,518 6,574
1999 – Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing, & Hunting 78 46 121 121 219
1999 – Arts, Entertainment, & Recreation 819 786 1,989 1,791 2,446
1999 – Construction 4,357 3,706 10,262 7,482 10,808
1999 – Educational Services 420 292 1,878 1,102 1,373
1999 – Finance & Insurance 3,129 2,656 6,813 6,852 9,535
1999 – Health Care & Social Assistance 3,140 2,857 12,725 10,332 17,312
1999 – Information 1,600 965 2,489 2,226 2,588
1999 – Management Of Companies & Enterprises 355 317 779 720 719
1999 – Manufacturing 1,669 2,214 6,917 7,029 5,735
1999 – Mining 34 36 98 93 108
1999 – Other Services (Except Public Administration) 3,805 3,638 10,892 9,440 22,174
1999 – Professional, Scientific, & Technical Ssrvices 5,727 4,622 11,105 8,300 18,546
1999 – Real Estate & Rental & Leasing 2,434 2,343 4,482 3,979 13,920
1999 – Retail Trade 6,743 7,020 18,554 17,007 25,725
1999 – Transportation & Warehousing 1,065 1,077 2,770 2,183 3,595
1999 – Unclassified 2,775 1,035 240 161 595
1999 – Utilities 30 31 106 136 89
1999 – Wholesale Trade 3,247 3,657 8,807 7,766 13,395
1999 – Total 43,934 39,709 106,439 91,238 155,456
2000 – Accommodation & Food Services 0 0 0 0 0
2000 – Administrative & Support & Waste Management & remediation serv 2,485 2,330 5,585 4,465 6,736
2000 – Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing, & Hunting 89 65 133 114 226
2000 – Arts, Entertainment, & Recreation 862 756 2,064 1,691 2,528
2000 – Construction 4,633 3,619 10,661 7,758 10,916
2000 – Educational Services 372 322 1,823 1,255 1,386
2000 – Finance & Insurance 3,536 2,872 7,156 6,576 9,706
2000 – Health Care & Social Assistance 3,160 2,902 13,264 10,456 16,977
2000 – Information 1,655 1,178 2,711 2,137 2,852
2000 – Management Of Companies & Enterprises 549 273 761 750 824
2000 – Manufacturing 1,559 2,338 6,885 6,435 5,625
2000 – Mining 32 21 108 100 102
2000 – Other Services (Except Public Administration) 3,840 3,752 10,961 9,622 22,140
2000 – Professional, Scientific, & Technical Ssrvices 5,839 4,813 11,222 8,780 18,967
2000 – Real Estate & Rental & Leasing 2,446 2,129 4,453 4,007 14,254
2000 – Retail Trade 7,013 6,654 19,466 15,913 26,153
2000 – Transportation & Warehousing 1,114 1,082 2,814 2,248 3,463
2000 – Unclassified 2,218 1,347 334 243 908
2000 – Utilities 57 29 73 167 96
2000 – Wholesale Trade 3,180 3,414 9,125 7,435 13,292
2000 – Total 44,639 39,896 109,599 90,152 157,151
2001 – Accommodation & Food Services 0 0 0 0 0
2001 – Administrative & Support & Waste Management & remediation serv 2,408 2,237 5,130 5,065 6,917
2001 – Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing, & Hunting 125 53 133 116 246
2001 – Arts, Entertainment, & Recreation 888 730 2,030 1,868 2,529
2001 – Construction 4,561 3,888 9,644 8,864 11,559
2001 – Educational Services 403 323 1,836 1,310 1,367
2001 – Finance & Insurance 3,365 3,986 6,414 5,986 10,591
2001 – Health Care & Social Assistance 3,383 2,751 13,287 10,499 17,336
2001 – Information 1,513 1,282 2,394 2,244 3,556
2001 – Management Of Companies & Enterprises 329 368 852 855 760
2001 – Manufacturing 1,585 2,154 6,102 6,600 5,645
2001 – Mining 34 28 82 117 115
2001 – Other Services (Except Public Administration) 4,031 3,587 10,984 9,652 22,340
2001 – Professional, Scientific, & Technical Ssrvices 6,071 5,147 10,876 9,212 19,503
2001 – Real Estate & Rental & Leasing 2,381 2,103 4,455 4,165 14,442
2001 – Retail Trade 6,982 6,764 17,717 17,767 26,323
2001 – Transportation & Warehousing 1,196 1,089 2,556 2,456 3,554
2001 – Unclassified 2,574 1,186 442 327 1,201
2001 – Utilities 42 23 161 106 104
2001 – Wholesale Trade 3,179 3,528 8,455 7,679 13,393
2001 – Total 45,050 41,227 103,550 94,888 161,481
2002 – Accommodation & Food Services 0 0 0 0 0
2002 – Administrative & Support & Waste Management & remediation serv 2,460 3,138 4,819 5,466 6,280
2002 – Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing, & Hunting 67 121 118 126 265
2002 – Arts, Entertainment, & Recreation 1,049 955 2,022 1,911 2,503
2002 – Construction 4,855 4,669 9,711 8,874 11,128
2002 – Educational Services 478 379 1,852 1,414 1,305
2002 – Finance & Insurance 3,416 3,689 6,470 6,244 9,967
2002 – Health Care & Social Assistance 4,828 3,102 13,452 11,612 16,602
2002 – Information 2,297 2,243 2,052 2,655 2,805
2002 – Management Of Companies & Enterprises 344 400 663 822 876
2002 – Manufacturing 1,485 2,261 4,848 7,890 5,073
2002 – Mining 29 37 94 102 115
2002 – Other Services (Except Public Administration) 4,346 3,906 11,564 10,281 21,519
2002 – Professional, Scientific, & Technical Ssrvices 6,400 6,213 10,220 10,566 18,980
2002 – Real Estate & Rental & Leasing 2,819 2,121 5,053 4,215 14,275
2002 – Retail Trade 7,700 7,234 19,763 17,918 24,308
2002 – Transportation & Warehousing 1,299 1,220 2,340 2,774 3,497
2002 – Unclassified 486 1,713 44 56 155
2002 – Utilities 40 26 100 157 133
2002 – Wholesale Trade 3,160 3,822 7,595 8,828 12,608
2002 – Total 47,558 47,249 102,780 101,911 152,394
2003 – Accommodation & Food Services 0 0 0 0 0
2003 – Administrative & Support & Waste Management & remediation serv 2,405 2,516 4,899 4,839 5,664
2003 – Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing, & Hunting 68 69 144 148 239
2003 – Arts, Entertainment, & Recreation 1,098 863 2,106 1,969 2,511
2003 – Construction 5,320 4,557 9,044 9,164 10,922
2003 – Educational Services 508 339 1,887 1,444 1,372
2003 – Finance & Insurance 3,185 3,182 6,325 5,833 10,866
2003 – Health Care & Social Assistance 3,666 2,657 14,717 11,434 17,812
2003 – Information 1,298 1,344 2,164 2,239 4,014
2003 – Management Of Companies & Enterprises 215 444 784 697 812
2003 – Manufacturing 1,383 1,987 5,463 6,445 5,366
2003 – Mining 27 36 75 107 141
2003 – Other Services (Except Public Administration) 4,293 3,588 11,643 10,122 22,399
2003 – Professional, Scientific, & Technical Ssrvices 6,345 5,873 10,970 10,375 19,780
2003 – Real Estate & Rental & Leasing 2,908 2,047 5,435 4,307 14,678
2003 – Retail Trade 7,296 6,496 19,935 16,777 26,590
2003 – Transportation & Warehousing 1,293 1,201 2,580 2,510 3,747
2003 – Unclassified 878 399 39 34 135
2003 – Utilities 55 39 90 164 135
2003 – Wholesale Trade 3,176 3,217 8,350 7,479 12,782
2003 – Total 45,417 40,854 106,650 96,087 159,965
2004 – Accommodation & Food Services 0 0 0 0 0
2004 – Administrative & Support & Waste Management & remediation serv 2,613 2,546 4,924 4,675 6,181
2004 – Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing, & Hunting 70 64 134 120 244
2004 – Arts, Entertainment, & Recreation 1,157 888 2,040 2,069 2,716
2004 – Construction 5,966 4,577 10,315 8,319 11,720
2004 – Educational Services 487 347 1,841 1,558 1,550
2004 – Finance & Insurance 4,404 4,009 6,433 5,988 10,083
2004 – Health Care & Social Assistance 3,408 2,973 13,984 11,858 18,840
2004 – Information 1,489 1,230 2,647 2,803 3,019
2004 – Management Of Companies & Enterprises 192 370 665 684 796
2004 – Manufacturing 1,370 1,887 5,542 6,035 5,364
2004 – Mining 37 25 124 83 116
2004 – Other Services (Except Public Administration) 4,057 3,824 10,810 10,254 22,491
2004 – Professional, Scientific, & Technical Ssrvices 6,199 5,391 11,027 9,991 20,933
2004 – Real Estate & Rental & Leasing 2,881 2,075 4,920 4,589 15,661
2004 – Retail Trade 7,277 6,856 18,791 17,049 26,863
2004 – Transportation & Warehousing 1,325 1,222 2,677 2,433 4,022
2004 – Unclassified 908 515 69 60 285
2004 – Utilities 168 37 92 184 131
2004 – Wholesale Trade 3,290 3,259 8,068 7,502 13,520
2004 – Total 47,298 42,095 105,103 96,254 164,535
2005 – Accommodation & Food Services 0 0 0 0 0
2005 – Administrative & Support & Waste Management & remediation serv 2,707 2,453 4,873 4,882 6,412
2005 – Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing, & Hunting 75 69 129 108 239
2005 – Arts, Entertainment, & Recreation 1,173 988 1,898 2,192 2,931
2005 – Construction 6,063 4,927 9,554 9,705 12,175
2005 – Educational Services 538 388 1,707 1,729 1,628
2005 – Finance & Insurance 3,147 4,771 5,847 5,507 10,803
2005 – Health Care & Social Assistance 3,463 2,866 13,576 12,684 18,996
2005 – Information 1,195 1,313 2,351 2,844 3,367
2005 – Management Of Companies & Enterprises 179 183 722 630 793
2005 – Manufacturing 1,273 1,798 5,800 5,639 5,254
2005 – Mining 25 31 107 91 134
2005 – Other Services (Except Public Administration) 4,402 3,922 10,028 11,335 22,223
2005 – Professional, Scientific, & Technical Ssrvices 6,193 5,591 10,858 10,428 21,429
2005 – Real Estate & Rental & Leasing 3,115 2,511 4,729 5,111 15,680
2005 – Retail Trade 7,498 6,889 17,613 19,214 26,183
2005 – Transportation & Warehousing 1,318 1,276 2,773 2,548 3,881
2005 – Unclassified 541 667 65 80 235
2005 – Utilities 29 36 151 179 207
2005 – Wholesale Trade 3,091 3,204 7,892 7,615 13,374
2005 – Total 46,025 43,883 100,673 102,521 165,944

 

Wholesale Trade Business Lawyers provide services for corporations, LLCs, partnerships, contracts, franchising and business litigation. From the Justia Lawyer Directory.

New York Public Benefits Information

New York Above Or Below Poverty Level In 1999

Above/Below Population Percent
 At Or Above Poverty Level 15,757,697 85.41%
 Below Poverty Level 2,692,202 14.59%

 

New York Bankruptcies By Chapter And Year

 

Chapter  7  11  12  13  7  11  13
Year Business Non-Business
2001 855 1,368 10 173 54,081 60 12,487
2002 718 1,681 14 138 55,423 75 14,206
2003 655 1,140 28 122 59,056 41 14,715
2004 660 3,141 5 154 61,293 33 14,582
2005 933 988 19 128 93,715 62 13,712
2006 518 516 12 101 20,473 0 8,559
2007 670 483 29 161 27,660 31 11,453
2008 871 811 11 131 34,203 44 11,034

 

New York Public Benefits Lawyers assess the range of local, state and federal government benefits to which their clients may be entitled and help them apply for such programs, as well as appeal decisions denying such benefits to their clients. From the Justia Lawyer Directory.

New York Criminal Information


Correctional Institution Population (2000): 108,088

New York Crimes Per 1,000 People By Type And Year

 

 

Year  Aggravated Assault  Forcible Rape  Murder / Manslaughter  Robbery Total Violent Crimes  Burglary  Larceny / Theft  Motor Vehicle Theft Total Property Crimes
1965 1.520 0.128 0.046 1.559 3.254 10.150 14.018 3.234 27.403
1966 1.596 0.134 0.048 1.648 3.426 10.742 15.687 3.525 29.954
1967 1.705 0.145 0.054 2.193 4.097 11.952 17.151 4.569 33.672
1968 1.929 0.140 0.065 3.305 5.439 13.853 20.711 5.790 40.354
1969 2.014 0.158 0.072 3.534 5.779 13.562 20.057 6.299 39.918
1970 2.152 0.158 0.079 4.461 6.850 14.704 21.250 6.909 42.863
1971 2.301 0.175 0.099 5.311 7.887 14.882 21.131 6.941 42.954
1972 2.501 0.229 0.110 4.704 7.543 13.061 17.483 5.721 36.266
1973 2.616 0.266 0.112 4.423 7.417 13.482 17.537 6.150 37.168
1974 2.841 0.289 0.106 4.793 8.030 15.009 21.554 5.748 42.310
1975 3.013 0.281 0.110 5.160 8.564 16.666 24.710 6.417 47.793
1976 3.021 0.258 0.109 5.293 8.681 17.635 28.552 7.382 53.570
1977 3.191 0.294 0.107 4.726 8.318 17.280 27.820 7.458 52.558
1978 3.295 0.291 0.103 4.721 8.410 16.506 26.286 6.720 49.512
1979 3.453 0.306 0.119 5.296 9.174 17.469 28.364 7.045 52.877
1980 3.446 0.309 0.127 6.413 10.295 20.616 30.604 7.599 58.820
1981 3.421 0.311 0.123 6.840 10.696 19.917 30.663 7.778 58.358
1982 3.387 0.292 0.114 6.107 9.901 16.719 30.253 7.808 54.781
1983 3.365 0.300 0.111 5.365 9.141 14.101 28.547 7.237 49.885
1984 3.658 0.316 0.101 5.069 9.143 12.572 27.551 6.506 46.629
1985 3.839 0.321 0.095 5.044 9.299 12.351 28.245 5.991 46.586
1986 4.306 0.305 0.107 5.141 9.859 12.211 29.235 6.372 47.818
1987 4.624 0.311 0.113 5.033 10.081 12.164 30.248 7.031 49.443
1988 5.098 0.306 0.125 5.444 10.973 12.183 31.338 8.599 52.120
1989 5.101 0.292 0.125 5.793 11.312 11.762 30.332 9.527 51.621
1990 5.120 0.298 0.145 6.247 11.809 11.607 29.794 10.427 51.828
1991 4.994 0.282 0.142 6.221 11.639 11.325 29.443 10.039 50.807
1992 4.835 0.284 0.132 5.969 11.221 10.682 27.358 9.323 47.363
1993 4.715 0.275 0.133 5.612 10.735 9.986 26.442 8.350 44.778
1994 4.519 0.259 0.111 4.767 9.656 9.062 24.895 7.093 41.050
1995 4.100 0.237 0.085 3.997 8.419 8.081 23.444 5.657 37.183
1996 3.567 0.230 0.074 3.400 7.270 7.139 21.970 4.944 34.053
1997 3.508 0.225 0.060 3.093 6.886 6.523 21.306 4.394 32.224
1998 3.413 0.211 0.051 2.703 6.378 5.767 19.989 3.751 29.507
1999 3.235 0.196 0.050 2.408 5.888 5.123 18.581 3.202 26.905
2000 3.167 0.186 0.050 2.136 5.539 4.634 17.964 2.858 25.457
2001 3.000 0.187 0.050 1.923 5.160 4.229 17.322 2.540 24.091
2002 2.800 0.203 0.048 1.916 4.966 4.009 16.621 2.475 23.105
2003 2.550 0.196 0.049 1.863 4.658 3.927 16.209 2.353 22.490
2004 2.433 0.187 0.046 1.738 4.404 3.667 16.132 2.127 21.925
2005 2.389 0.188 0.045 1.821 4.444 3.522 15.646 1.850 21.019
2006 2.351 0.164 0.048 1.786 4.349 3.551 15.311 1.664 20.527
2007 2.337 0.152 0.042 1.611 4.141 3.361 14.972 1.453 19.786

 

New York Hate Crimes Per 1,000,000 People By Type And Year

 

Year  Murder  Aggravated Assault  Simple Assault  Intimidation  Robbery  Burglary  Arson  Vandalism Sample Of Population Reported For
2004 None 0.625 <0.001 6.667 0.052 0.156 0.052 11.094 99.58%
2005 None 0.890 <0.001 10.547 0.381 None 0.254 16.266 40.74%
2006 0.066 2.253 <0.001 9.606 0.795 0.464 0.066 16.563 78.18%
2007 0.065 2.478 <0.001 6.195 0.456 0.326 0.065 18.715 79.47%

 

New York Hate Crime Causes Per 1,000,000 People By Type And Year

Cause 2006 2007
 Racial 9.606 8.348
 Religious 16.563 17.954
 Sexual Orientation 5.698 4.836
 Ethnicity 2.716 1.458
 Disability None 0.066

 

Disability Criminal Lawyers represent defendants in municipal, state and federal criminal proceedings. These lawyers commonly handle cases involving DUI/DWI (drunk driving), drug possession, gun crimes, traffic tickets, violent crimes, sex crimes, theft offenses and white collar crimes. From the Justia Lawyer Directory.

New York DUI / DWI Information

New York Alcohol Crash Fatalities

Year  Alcohol Crash Fatalities
2002 477
2003 529
2004 587
2005 525
2006 558

 

New York DUI / DWI Lawyers represent drivers of cars, trucks, motorcycles and other motor vehicles who have been charged with driving under the influence or while intoxicated. If you have been arrested for drunk driving, your lawyer may be able to challenge the field sobriety tests, breathalyzer or blood-alcohol evidence in your case. From the Justia Lawyer Directory.

New York Car Accidents Information

 

New York Vehicle Fatalities

Year  Cars  Light Trucks  Large Trucks  Motorcycles  Buses  Other Vehicles Total
1994 1,442 510 195 90 21 25 2,283
1995 1,396 545 148 97 26 30 2,242
1996 1,282 498 150 103 35 22 2,090
1997 1,316 567 144 118 24 15 2,184
1998 1,205 551 130 114 22 20 2,042
1999 1,195 594 159 117 31 28 2,124
2000 1,123 568 153 126 27 18 2,015
2001 1,138 589 134 148 36 25 2,070
2002 1,080 621 131 149 24 12 2,017
2003 1,023 579 147 161 26 21 1,957
2004 1,014 628 128 152 22 21 1,965
2005 934 573 137 174 20 21 1,859
2006 882 623 163 207 34 26 1,935
2007 854 596 146 172 23 23 1,814

 

New York Truck / Bus Accidents

 

Year  Crashes With Fatalities  Crashes With No Fatalities  Crashes With Injuries  Crashes Needing Towaways  Crashes Needing Hazardous Materials Placards  Injuries From Crashes
2003 (Trucks) 147 3,301 1,737 1,564 19 2,888
2003 (Buses) 26 602 448 154 0 992
2004 (Trucks) 149 2,817 1,623 1,194 16 2,433
2004 (Buses) 22 501 402 99 0 1,168
2005 (Trucks) 151 3,018 1,620 1,398 129 2,424
2005 (Buses) 21 497 380 117 2 1,085
2006 (Trucks) 182 2,711 1,387 1,324 104 2,156
2006 (Buses) 42 511 365 146 0 996
2007 (Trucks) 126 3,061 1,442 1,619 148 2,179
2007 (Buses) 17 489 334 155 0 842

 

New York Car Accident Lawyers represent clients who have been injured or who have lost a loved one in a motor vehicle accident. Such accident can involve other cars, motorcycles, trucks, buses and trains. If a governmental entity failed to maintain a roadway in a safe condition or constructed a road with a defective design, you may also be able to recover legal damages against that governmental agency. From the Justia Legal Directory.

New York Immigration & Civil Rights Information


People With A Disability (2000): 52,000

New York Population By Age

Age Population Percent
0-9 Years 2,591,274 13.66%
10-19 Years 2,619,977 13.81%
20-29 Years 2,549,034 13.43%
30-39 Years 3,018,682 15.91%
40-49 Years 2,849,353 15.02%
50-59 Years 2,143,806 11.30%
60-69 Years 1,413,579 7.45%
70-79 Years 1,132,578 5.97%
80-89 Years 548,735 2.89%
90+ Years 109,439 0.58%

 

New York Population – Male/Female

Male/Female Population Percent
 Male 9,146,748 48.20%
 Female 9,829,709 51.80%

 

New York Population By Ethnicity

Ethnicity Population Percent
 Caucasian 11,760,981 61.98%
 Hispanic/Latino 2,867,583 15.11%
 African-American 2,812,623 14.82%
 Asian 1,035,926 5.46%
 Multiracial 366,116 1.93%
 Other Race 75,499 0.40%
 Amerindian 52,499 0.28%
 Pacific Islander 5,230 0.03%

 

New York Top Specified Ancestries

Rank Ancestry  Population Percent Of Specified Ancestries
1. Italian 2,737,146 18.60%
2. Irish 2,451,042 16.66%
3. German 2,122,620 14.42%
4. English 1,140,036 7.75%
5. Polish 986,141 6.70%
6. United States Or American 717,234 4.87%
7. French Non-Basque 477,730 3.25%
8. Russian 460,261 3.13%
9. Jamaican 275,744 1.87%
10. Dutch 272,904 1.85%

 

New York Top Languages Spoken At Home

Rank Language  Population Percent Of Reported Languages
1. Only English 12,786,189 72.07%
2. Spanish Or Spanish Creole 2,416,126 13.62%
3. Chinese 374,627 2.11%
4. Italian 294,271 1.66%
5. Russian 218,765 1.23%
6. French 180,809 1.02%
7. French Creole 114,747 0.65%
8. Yiddish 113,514 0.64%
9. Polish 111,730 0.63%
10. Korean 102,105 0.58%

 

New York Citizen Type

Type Population Percent
 Citizen by birth 15,108,324 79.62%
 Naturalized immigrant 1,783,744 9.40%
 Not a citizen 2,084,389 10.98%

 

New York Immigration Lawyers help clients navigate through the federal immigration process. They help workers secure temporary visas (H1-B, fiances obtain K-1 visas, and permanent immigrants apply for Green Cards or citizenship. From the Justia Lawyer Directory.
New York Civil Rights Lawyers represent clients who have been illegally discriminated against on the basis of race, gender, sexual orientation, disability and national origin. If you have suffered employment discrimination, sexual harassment, or have been treated differently by a hotel, restaurant, or other public accommodation, a civil rights lawyer can help you determine whether your rights were violated and what types of redress are available. From the Justia Lawyer Directory.

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