How to get a good salary in New York, according to a recent survey
New York is known for its rich diversity of employers, but the city is also home to some of the most diverse jobs in the country.
A survey by The Hill found that the state’s highest-paying jobs are among those with the highest concentration of women, minorities and students.
The survey found that women make up more than 80 percent of the New York State workforce and are among the most heavily represented in finance, health care, education and public administration.
In New York City, for example, more than 75 percent of all workers in financial and insurance management are women.
The city also has the highest proportion of women in tech (37 percent) and health care (36 percent).
And the median salary for nurses, paramedics and other health care workers is $85,000.
While these numbers are high, they’re not necessarily representative of the nation’s largest cities.
Some of the states that had the highest representation of women across all occupations in our survey were located in states that also have the highest median income for women ($72,800), as well as the most high-paying occupations ($84,000).
The state with the lowest median income among the top 10 states for women was West Virginia, which had the second lowest median salary at $35,000, behind only Alaska ($36,400).
This is especially notable given that West Virginia had the lowest proportion of workers in all three categories in 2015, according the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
In 2016, the state experienced a surge in economic activity with more than 10,000 construction workers moving to the state from the Northeast.
These workers, who are employed in some of New York’s most prestigious hospitals, are not necessarily the highest paid.
But their wages are a big reason why New York has one of the highest minimum wages in the nation, according a new study by the University of Michigan.
In our survey, we found that New York paid the lowest minimum wage in the United States in the second quarter of 2019.
That wage was $9.80 per hour, or $12.10 per hour below the national average of $11.50 per hour.
This wage is lower than in most other states, which are often the ones with the most skilled workers and the highest-wage earners.
However, the wage is still well above the national median wage of $7.25, which is $12 per hour higher than the state average.
While the minimum wage is far below the $15 minimum wage that President Donald Trump and his administration are pushing for in the U