SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 9, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Nathan Sassover, Founder / CEO of WRLD1/TVNET today spoke about NewYorkCityTV, and Manhatn.com, WRLD1 affiliate networks:
"Our ongoing strategic approach with these iconic and enlarging networks is a continued process of acclimating to the presence of the pandemic… but conveying the irrepressible regenerative energy and collective spirit of renewal endemic to New York City."
"Even as the continuing pandemic scenario for now limits the resonant buzz within New York City it still remains the most socially /culturally vibrant urban destination and business/ finance mecca in the world."
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NewYorkCityTV.com reflects the stellar legacy of New York City while reimagining its evolving future.
Perhaps overwhelming when first encountered, once in its embrace NewYorkCity conveys the rich geometry of space, but also a keen spatial awareness of its diverse choices across a convergence of collaborative architecture and a multitude of faceted vantages from which to observe new perceptions of a meta spatial experience.
NewYorkCity's sense of presence confidently redefines the engaging urban experience as an evolving, kinetic and compelling environment that now proudly enters its next phase of visionary development.
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New York City, New York Population 2021
New York City is a city located in New York CountyNew York. With a 2020 population of 8,230,290, it is the largest city in New York and the largest city in the United States. New York City is currently declining at a rate of -0.64% annually but its population has increased by 0.67% since the most recent census, which recorded a population of 8,175,130 in 2010. New York City reached it's highest population of 8,469,150 in 2016. Spanning over 468 miles, New York City has a population density of 27,400 people per square mile.
The average household income in New York City is $102,946 with a poverty rate of 17.95%. The median rental costs in recent years comes to $1,443 per month, and the median house value is $606,000. The median age in New York City is 36.7 years, 35.4 years for males, and 38.1 years for females.
Since the first US census in 1790, it has held that position and continues to have more than double the population of Los Angeles, the second largest city. Chicago is the third largest city in the US but has just 1/3 the number of people as New York City.
New York City continues to have significant influence and impact on the world's economy, entertainment, media, education, art, technology, and scientific research.
Boroughs in New York City The city features five separate boroughs: Staten Island, The Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens, and Manhattan. As many as 800 languages are spoken throughout New York City, making it the most diverse city in the world when it comes to linguistic multiplicity.
Recent Boroughs Population Increases The most significant increase in New York City's population occurred in the borough of Brooklyn, which showed a population increase of 5.3% between the 2010 census and 2016 estimates. The second most substantial change is in the Bronx, which reflected a 5.1% increase, followed by Queens (4.9%), Manhattan (3.7%) and Staten Island (1.2%).
NewYorkCityLifeExpectancy The latest research shows that people who live in New York City have a higher life expectancy than the rest of the country. In 2010, the life expectancy of a person living in New York City was 80.9 years of age. This is 2.2 years longer than the life expectancy of the entire country, which is 78.7 years of age. That increase in life expectancy is 2 percent higher than the previous year (2009). This research was completed by New York City Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg and the city's Department of Health.
New York City Population Statistics The income disparity between the citizens of New York City is vast. According to the latest census, the median household income for a wealthy citizen was $188,697 per year, and the poorest median income was reported at $9,320. This city houses the highest number of millionaires and billionaires in the world.Moscow, Russia, follows in a close second.
New York City has the highest population density in the US, far ahead of second place San Francisco. Overall, 26,403 people live in each square mile, and in Manhattan, that number is over 66 thousand per square mile.
New York City's Population Projections New York City's population is expected to reach 9 million by 2040, based on recent projections created by the city. Among the five boroughs, the Bronx's growth is projected to be the highest at 14% between 2010 and 2040. On the flip side, Manhattan is expected to grow by 6.7% by 2040.
If these projections are accurate, Brooklyn will extend its lead over Queens as the largest borough in New York City, growing to nearly 3 million by 2040.
The first recorded population count for New York City was 7,681 in 1698. The city grew at a moderate rate in the 18th century, but exploded in the 19th century, more than doubling in the final ten year period. The town of 80,000 in 1800 became a city of 3.4 million by the end of the 1800s. This growth continued until the 1930s but has tapered off in the 80 years since.
New York City officially crossed the 8 million mark for the first time in 2010, after seeing almost no net growth between 1950 and 2000. The city's population dropped by nearly a million during the 1970s due to migration to the suburbs, driven by increasing crime and decreasing economic prospects. The city rebounded throughout the 80s and has continued a slow upward climb in each census since.
New York City Demographics According to the most recent ACS, the racial composition of New York City was:
The current population of New York City, New York is 8,230,290 based on our projections of the latest US Census estimates. The US Census estimates the 2018 population at 8,390,080. The last official US Census in 2010 recorded the population at 8,175,130.
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Finance, high technology, real estate, insurance, and health care all form the basis of New York City's economy. The city is also the nation's most important center for mass media, journalism, and publishing. Also, it is the country's preeminent arts center. Creative industries such as digital media, advertising, fashion, design, and architecture account for a growing share of employment. New York City possesses a strong competitive advantage in these industries. Despite declining, manufacturing remains consequential.
Other important sectors include medical research and technology, non-profit institutions, and universities. Manufacturing accounts for a significant but declining share of employment. Food processing is a US$5 billion industry that employs more than 19,000 residents.
Chocolate is New York City's leading specialty-food export, with up to US$234 million worth of exports each year. Entrepreneurs were forming a "Chocolate District" in Brooklyn as of 2014, while Godiva, one of the world's largest chocolatiers, continues to be headquartered in Manhattan..