In contrast, the current Bronx, one of the five boroughs of New York City, is multifaceted. Workforce without a high school degree and a decline in youth employment. None of the households in Bronx County, New York, reported speaking a language other than English at home as a shared primary language. This does not take into account the possible multilingual nature of homes, but only the self-declared main language spoken by all household members.
The largest universities in Bronx County, New York, are Fordham University (5,683 degrees were awarded in 2002), CUNY Lehman College (3,900 degrees), and Monroe College (2,458 degrees). Bronx County (New York) borders Bergen County (New Jersey), Nassau County (New York), Queens County (New York) and Westchester County (New York). The table below shows the percentages of U.S. citizenship in Bronx County, New York, compared to its neighboring geographies and matrices.
The chart below shows the 7 races represented in Bronx County, New York, as a proportion of the total population. The following chart shows the percentage of foreign-born residents in Bronx County, New York, compared to their neighboring and parent geographies. The most common workgroups, by number of people living in Bronx County, New York, are office administrative support occupations (72,625 people), health support occupations (66,392 people), and sales-related occupations (51,449 people). This chart illustrates the stock breakdown of the main jobs held by residents of Bronx County, New York.
This chart shows weekly applications for unemployment insurance in New York (without seasonal adjustment) compared to the four states with the most similar impact. The most recent data point uses data from anticipated state claims, which can be revised in the following weeks. The most common employment sectors for those living in Bronx County, New York, are healthcare (26%), social assistance (153,396 people), retail (61,357 people) and housing (26%), food services (51,882 people). This chart shows the breakdown of the actions of the main industries for residents of Bronx County (New York), although some of these residents may live in Bronx County (New York) and work elsewhere.
Census data is labeled in a home address, not a work address. The following chart shows the monthly employment figures for each industrial sector in New York. The visualization shows the distribution of establishments by industry and by size according to the number of employees. The graph shows the total annual payroll and the average annual payroll by industry.
The following graphic shows the share of these products in relation to all products leaving New York. The chart below shows how outbound domestic trade from New York is expected to change compared to neighboring states. The following map shows the number of operations that New York shares with each state (excluding itself). Chuck Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand are the senators currently representing New York State.
In the United States, senators are elected for 6-year terms, with the terms of office of individual senators staggered. New York is currently represented by 26 members in the U.S. UU. The House and members of the House of Representatives are elected for 2-year terms.
Chuck Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand are the senators currently representing New York. The following chart shows senators elected in New York over time, excluding special elections, colored by their political party. The largest universities in Bronx County, New York, by number of degrees awarded are Fordham University (5,683 and 33.2%), CUNY Lehman College (3,900 and 22.8%) and Monroe College (2,458 and 14.4%). The most popular majors in Bronx County, New York, are General Business Administration (26% Management) (1,534 and 8.97%), Social Work (1,271 and 7.43%) and Liberal Arts (26% and 5.42%) and Liberal Arts (26% and 5.42%).
The line graph shows the evolution of the percentage of applicants admitted, admitted who enrolled or the number of students enrolled according to the option selected on the top button. This visualization illustrates the percentage of students graduating with a bachelor's degree from schools in Bronx County, New York, by specialty. The graph shows the evolution of degrees awarded by grade. The paragraphs show the average number of degrees awarded per university in each grade.
The graph shows the average net price by sector and year. This visualization shows the gender distribution of the population according to the academic level achieved. This visualization illustrates the percentage distribution of the population according to the highest educational level achieved. You can filter the data by race using the selector above.
The chart below the paragraph shows property taxes in Bronx County, New York, compared to their parent and neighbor geographies. This chart shows the percentage of homeowners in Bronx County, New York, compared to their main and neighboring geographies. The following map shows all the districts of Bronx County, New York, colored by their median household income (total). The following graph shows households in Bronx County, New York, distributed among a number of income groups compared to the national averages for each group.
The majority of households have incomes in the This graph shows the number of workers in New York in various wage groups compared to the national average. The following graph shows the number of households using each mode of transport over time, using a logarithmic scale on the y-axis to help better show the variations in smaller modes of transport. The following table shows how the average household income in Bronx County, New York compares to that of its neighboring geographies and matrices. The chart below shows homes in Bronx County, New York, distributed among a number of car-ownership groups compared to the national averages for each group.
The highest proportion of households in Bronx County, New York, have 0 cars. The graph shows the trend of the percentage of the population living with serious housing problems. The Census Bureau uses a set of monetary income thresholds that vary by family size and composition to determine who is classified as impoverished. If a family's total income is below the family threshold, that family and all its members are considered to be living in poverty.
The graph shows the trend in the percentage of children living in poverty. The map below shows the estimated number of chronically homeless people by state over several years. The graph shows the trend in the number of violent crimes reported per 100,000 inhabitants. Primary care physicians in Bronx County, New York, see 1,583 patients per year on average, representing a decrease of 3.59% from the previous year (1,642 patients).
Compare this to dentists who see 1,886 patients per year and mental health providers who see 432 patients per year. By gender, of the total number of insured persons, 45.8% were men and 54.2% were women. Primary care doctors in Bronx County, New York, see an average of 1,583 patients per year. This represents a decrease of 3.59% compared to the previous year (1,642 patients).
The table below shows how the number of patients seen by primary care doctors has changed over time in Bronx County, New York, compared to neighboring geographies. The following table shows the number of people with health coverage by gender. The following chart shows how the percentage of uninsured people in Bronx County, New York, changed over time compared to the percentage of people enrolled in various types of health insurance. The chart shows the trend of the indicator in Bronx County, New York.
Explore, map, compare and download EE. Because of these staggering statistics, the Bronx has been identified as one of 16 regions in the state participating in the Empire State Poverty Reduction Initiative (ESPRI), known locally as Bronx Impact. But the bottom line is that New York City needs to help thousands more city residents, especially New Yorkers of color from low-income homes, get a college credential. The real opportunity for Bronx Impact is to develop creative, cost-effective and scalable solutions that address these issues to usher in real and lasting change.
In contrast, the current Bronx, one of the five boroughs of New York City, is multifaceted and very diverse, experiencing significant revitalization, on the one hand, while extreme poverty remains, on the other. In six contiguous districts, which include an area that is generally referred to as the South Bronx, the overall poverty rate is even higher, twice that of New York City as a whole. For example, while 87 percent of Greenwich Village's working-age residents and 86 percent of those living on the Upper East Side have at least a bachelor's degree, the rate is only 15 percent in Eastern New York, 13 percent in Mount Hope, and 12 percent in Hunts Point. While New York City is home to an almost unmatched concentration of highly educated people, this report finds evident and persistent gaps in educational achievement by race, ethnicity, and geography.