New York’s Top 10 Agricultural Products Milk . Corn for grain. Hay . Cattle and calves. Apples . Floriculture. Cabbage . Sweet corn .
New York is a top-ten national producer of apples, grapes, onions, sweet corn , tomatoes, and maple syrup. In 1998, the state ranked second in apples, third in corn silage, fourth in tart cherries, seventh in strawberries, and tenth in potatoes.
New York City is the leading job hub for banking, finance , and communication in the U.S. New York is also a major manufacturing center and shipping port, and it has a thriving technological sector. There are more books, magazines, and newspapers published in New York than in any other state in the country.
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.
Food identified with New York Manhattan clam chowder. New York-style cheesecake. New York-style pizza . New York-style bagel . New York-style pastrami. corned beef. Baked pretzels. New York-style Italian ice.
Statue of Liberty. Statue of Liberty. Central Park. Central Park. Rockefeller Center & Top of the Rock Observation Deck. Rockefeller Center | Photo Copyright: Lana Law. Metropolitan Museum of Art . Metropolitan Museum of Art . Broadway and the Theater District. Empire State Building. 9/11 Memorial and Museum. High Line.
In 1817 a new law passed that would free slaves born before 1799 but not until 1827. By the 1830 census there were only 75 slaves in New York and the 1840 census listed no slaves in New York City.
New York is bounded to the west and north by Lake Erie, the Canadian province of Ontario , Lake Ontario , and the Canadian province of Quebec ; to the east by the New England states of Vermont , Massachusetts , and Connecticut ; to the southeast by the Atlantic Ocean and New Jersey; and to the south by Pennsylvania .
NEW YORK STATE HAS A ROBUST CATTLE INDUSTRY WITH BEEF AND DAIRY FARMS SCATTERED THROUGHOUT THE GREAT MAJORITY OF COUNTIES. THE STATE HOUSES OVER 1 MILLION HEAD OF CATTLE . THE LARGEST BEEF PRODUCING COUNTY IN NY IS STEUBEN COUNTY WITH OVER 8,000 HEAD REPORTED IN THE 2017 CENSUS OF AGRICULTURE.
Global Biggest Industries by Revenue in 2020 Global Oil & Gas Exploration & Production . Global Commercial Real Estate . Global Car & Automobile Sales. Global Car & Automobile Manufacturing. Global Direct General Insurance Carriers. Global Commercial Banks. Global Auto Parts & Accessories Manufacturing. Global Tourism. $1,541,0B.
According to the Office of the New York State Comptroller, the state’s GDP in 2017 was over $1.5 trillion . But by 2035, the GDP of New York City alone is expected to rise to $2.5 trillion , according to one estimate. The projection would place it ahead of Tokyo, the richest city in the world in 2015.
New York City remains the largest centre for trading in public equity and debt capital markets, driven in part by the size and financial development of the U.S. economy. The NYSE and NASDAQ are the two largest stock exchanges in the world .
In 2017: New York State’s GDP was over $1.5 trillion, 8 percent of the U.S. total. The State ranked 34th in the nation for economic growth, with real GDP growth of 1.1 percent from 2016, less than half the national increase. Washington ranked first among the states at 4.4 percent.
Debt for the City, excluding the New York Municipal Water Finance Authority, has grown from $39.55 billion in FY 2000 to $95.03 billion in FY 2020, an increase of 140 percent.
Over 780,000 jobs were sustained by tourism activity in 2016 with total income of $34.6 billion. 8.3% (1-in-12) of all New York state employment is sustained by tourism , either directly or indirectly.