As Sinatra sang in his famous tune, New York City is the place to start your life's adventures. The busting city has more than 120 colleges and universities, which provide endless options for a college degree. The Big Apple produces more goods than many small nations, so a manufacturing or business degree will be a hot commodity. New York City is also home to 45 Fortune 500 companies, tech industries of Silicon Alley, Wall Street, the New York Stock Exchange and NASDAQ. With a growing biotechnology field, there's an increasing number of research institutions around the city. of course the cost of living is more in the Big Apple, but employers are making up for it. New York City has an average weekly wage of $1,376, almost $400 more than the national average. and with a dense population of 8.4 million people, you'll be sure to meet some new friends around town.
These industries help Sacramento's average weekly wage of $1,037 remain higher than the national average.With average temperatures of 40¬?F in December and 93¬?F in July, Sacramento is a great place for those who enjoy sunny days and the change of seasons. There are nearly 30 museums in the area including the oldest public art museum west of the Mississippi River, the Crocker Art Museum as well as the California Hall of Fame, the California State Railroad Museum, and the Sacramento History Museum. There's also the 28-acre Old Sacramento State Historic Park, more than 200 wineries, and over 32 miles of paved bike trail along the American River Parkway. There's plenty to do here, and Sacramento offers the economic opportunities for students, companies, and job seekers alike.
*New York City Wikipedia *Bureau of Labor Statistics *www.nyc.gov