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Trade Schools in New York City

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New York City is a cultural melting pot. The diversity of people and of interests alive in all its five boroughs — the Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens and Staten Island — is what makes this city so great.

People come from all around the world to watch the plays on Broadway, see the displays at the Met and visit Central Park.

New York City is magical, which means it doesn't just draw tourists — it draws people who want to live their dream life in their dream city.

Though one of the most expensive cities to live in, New York has seen positive economic growth over the past year. That's great news for people who have come to live there and attend one of the many trade schools in New York City.

Top Employers and Industries in New York City

Why is New York City good for vocational students? It's mainly because some of the fastest-growing industries are found in this city. And because of that, students will also find some of the highest-paying vocational careers there as well.

The largest employers in New York are IBM, PepsiCo, JPMorgan Chase & Co., Citi, Dior and Verizon.

The top industries in New York City are:

Why Is New York City Good for Trade and Vocational Students?

Each of the industries listed above needs skilled workers. To achieve those skills, students should definitely consider going to one of the many New York City trade schools.

Here are just a few of the vocational and technical schools in New York City to explore:

  • Apex Technical School - Students who attend this technical school can learn everything from automotive repair and A/C & Refrigeration to welding and plumbing. Each of these programs gives students what they need to get a job in just about any industry they want.
  • Ace Institute of Technology - Another New York City vocational school, Ace Institute educates students who want to learn about medical, computer and business technology.

Vocational schools in New York City can give students the tools they need to earn a good living — one that allows them to stay in the city they love. Learn more about trade schools in New York for additional insight.

Learn More about New York

Demographics

Total Population8,560,072

Education and Earnings

# Enrolled in College502,982
Median Earnings Without High School Degree$20,388
Median Earnings With High School Degree$28,781
Median Earnings With Associate Degree$36,454

Commute

Average Commute Time41 minutes
% Commutes by Walking10%
% Commutes by Bicycle1.2%
% Commutes by Public Transportation56.5%

Housing

Median Housing Cost$1,403
Median Gross Rent$1,340
Median House Value$538,700
Source: American Community Survey, U.S. Census Bureau, 2017, www.census.gov/programs-surveys/acs/.
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