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The New York State minimum wage increased on December 31, 2020, except in New York City, where it remains $15.00 per hour for all size businesses. In Nassau, Suffolk and Westchester counties, it is $14.00 per hour. In the remainder of the state, it is $12.50 per hour.
According to U.S. Census Bureau’s 2013-2017 American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates, the median individual income in New York City is $50,825 . The median household income in New York City is $57,782 .
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$80k is enough technically but it would be a far more comfortable situation to split a place 2 or 3 ways if hell bent on living in Manhattan. Wouldn’t leave you with a lot left over after paying a $2,000 rent bill plus all utilities on your own.
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Your annual salary of $200,000 would end up being about $96.15 per hour. You’d live pretty good in NYC in fact you’d be able to live in almost every neighborhood in NYC . Rent average from 1,500 a month if you are lucky to 4,000 and higher but you could most likely buy an apartment with that kind of salary .
I live in NYC and it’s doable with less than that salary . $90k will make you barely middle class. It also means you will not be able to afford to live comfortably in any of the hip areas, and may have a long commute to the outer boroughs or the suburbs.
$500,000 annually, even considering NYC expenses, would be rich, and closer to Top 1 Percent territory than Middle Class. Meaning one could live quite well on $500K.
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I think it tends to run a size larger . If your ordering a Petite, I’d do a size up. For tops I order a small (for dress shirts and nice shirts ) when I’m usually a medium (Bebe, Express, etc.)
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