New York City Demographics

Population - Employment - Households - Income / Financial - Housing - Education - Marital Status - Means of Transport to Work

New York City Population Demographics top

Total Population 8,581,428
Male Population 4,090,435
Female Population 4,490,993
Male Population 47.67 %
Female Population 52.33 %
Median Age 36.8
Citizen US Born 5,080,787
Citizen not US Born 2,072,530
Not Citizen 1,428,111
Citizen US Born 59.21 %
Citizen not US Born 24.15 %
Not Citizen 16.64 %
Moved from Abroad 95,531
Moved from Same Country 473,966
Moved from Same State 169,458
Moved from Different State 120,350
Same House as Last Year 7,613,937
Moved from Abroad 1.11 %
Moved from Same Country 5.52 %
Moved from Same State 1.97 %
Moved from Different State 1.4 %
Same House as Last Year 88.73 %

Occupational Employment in New York City top

White Collar 3,490,230
Blue Collar 593,500
White Collar 40.67 %
Blue Collar 6.92 %
Self Employees 409,068
Private Companies 2,747,419
Governmental Workers 534,155
Not for Profit Companies 393,088
Self Employees 4.77 %
Private Companies 32.02 %
Governmental Workers 6.22 %
Not for Profit Companies 4.58 %

Number of Households in New York City top

Total Households 3,149,361
Average People Per Household 3
Family Households 1,886,512
Non-family Households 1,262,849
Non-family Households 21.98 %
Family Households 14.72 %
Households with Children 933,038
Households without Children 2,216,323
Households with Children 10.87 %
Households without Children 25.83 %

Median and Average Income in New York City top

Average Household Income $100,214.38
Median Household Income $63,576.00
People below Poverty Level 1,622,747
People above Poverty Level 6,714,624

Housing in New York City top

Housing Units 3,462,281
Median Year Built 1951
Built in 1939 or Earlier 1,404,221
Built between 1940 and 1949 359,387
Built between 1950 and 1959 459,893
Built between 1960 and 1969 438,512
Built between 1970 and 1979 247,068
Built between 1980 and 1989 164,090
Built between 1990 and 1999 125,480
Built between 2000 and 2009 204,327
Built in 2010 or Later 59,303
Occupied Housing Units 3,149,361
Owner Occupied 1,030,952
Renter Occupied 2,118,409
Owner Occupied 12.01 %
Renter Occupied 24.69 %
With Mortgage 616,333
Without Mortgage 414,619
Median Value with Mortgage $564,400.00
Median Value without Mortgage $500,000.00
Median Housing Costs per Month $1,460.00
With Mortgage 7.18 %
Without Mortgage 4.83 %

New York City Education Statistics top

No High School 602,272
Some High School 2,270,848
Some College 1,217,118
Associate Degree 426,290
Bachelor's Degree 1,417,002
Graduate Degree 927,051
No High School 7.02 %
Some High School 26.46 %
Some College 14.18 %
Associate Degree 4.97 %
Bachelor's Degree 16.51 %
Graduate Degree 10.8 %

Marital Status in New York City top

Never Married 3,101,662
Married 3,017,971
Separated 220,939
Widowed 393,144
Divorced 551,252
Never Married 36.14 %
Married 35.17 %
Separated 2.57 %
Widowed 4.58 %
Divorced 6.42 %

Means of Transport to Work in New York City top

Car 1,065,890
Bus or TrolleyBus 423,593
Railroad 60,760
Ferryboat 10,881
Bicycle 47,066
Motorcycle 3,238
TaxiCab 38,689
Walk 396,349

Recently added listings in New York City top

$129,000 USD
  • 2 Beds
  • 1 Baths
$278,000 USD
  • 1 Beds
  • 1 Baths
$625,000 USD
  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Baths
$299,000 USD
  • 1 Beds
  • 1 Baths
$1,259,000 USD
  • 3 Beds
  • 2.5 Baths

Disclaimer


Demographic data shown in this section was gathered from the 2017 American Community Survey and is deemed reliable but is not guaranteed.
No representation, guarantee or warranty is made as to the accuracy or completeness of information modified or aggregated for specific neighborhoods and/or zip codes.
New York City is an area in New York with a population of 8,581,428. There are 4,090,435 male residents living in New York City and 4,490,993 female residents. The total number of households is 3,149,361 with 3 people per household on average.
The median age of the current population is 37 with 3,017,971 people being married and 4,266,997 being single.

The employment numbers show that there are 85.47% white collar employees and 14.53% blue collar employees in New York City.