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What makes up a local economy?

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Economic development has historically overlooked 102


neighborhood needs while focusing on revenue. Below
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are some of the main drivers of the economy.
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Access & Benefits

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BRONX

Find your neighborhood

Look across and discover what


indicators apply to your neighborhood

Look up and down to compare your


neighborhood to others

This is the level of risk to economic opportunity


faced by your neighborhood. The neighborhood
scores range from the lowest risk score
of 24 to the highest total score of 76. The
higher the number, the more that needs to
be done to ensure equitable development in
your community.

tH

Mott Haven
101 / Melrose
Mott Haven / Melrose

18%

76%
18%

40%
76%

40%
27%

54%
27%

54%
3.05

20%
3.05

11.4%
20%

11.4%
60%

60%
36%

Hunts Point
102 / Longwood
Hunts Point / Longwood

18%

76%
18%

40%
76%

Morrisania
103 / Crotona
Morrisania / Crotona

12%

75%
12%

42%
75%

Highbridge
104 / S.Highbridge
Concourse / S. Concourse

16%

75%
16%

36%
75%

University
105Hts /University
Fordham Hts / Fordham

16%

75%
16%

38%
75%

36%
37%

70%
37%

1,506
70%

1,506
41.1

40%
27%

54%
27%

54%
2.34

20%
2.34

12.4%
20%

12.4%
60%

60%
37%

20%
42%

20%
54%

54%
3.71

19%
3.71

15.7%
19%

15.7%
62%

62%
24%

36%
25%

46%
25%

46%
1.63

18%
1.63

6.8%
18%

6.8%
63%

20%
63%

20%
38%

30%
38%

30%
52%

52%
2.3

15%
2.3

7.8%
15%

7.8%
64%

64%
24%

24%
41%

20%
41.1

20%
11%

35%
11%

59%
35%

59%
74%

74%
67

67

37%

53%
37%

1,506
53%

1,506
41.1

18%
41.1

18%
7%

35%
7%

59%
35%

59%
61%

61%
64

64

39%
24%

59%
39%

59%
938

42.3
938

20%
42.3

-15%
20%

-15%
30%

30%
64%

30%
64%

30%
66

66

38%
77%

77%
685

40.0
685

40.0
29%

-32%
29%

-32%
28%

28%
62%

62%
77%

77%
71

71

67%
41%

67%
659

659
42.1

25%
42.1

84%
25%

84%
31%

67%
31%

125%
67%

125%
68

68

12%

75%
12%

42%
75%

20%
42%

20%
54%

54%
2.2

19%
2.2

16.7%
19%

16.7%
62%

62%
25%

39%
25%

63%
39%

63%
938

42.3
938

22%
42.3

22%
13%

30%
13%

30%
64%

64%
49%

49%
64

64

14%

70%
14%

70%
33%

28%
33%

28%
42%

42%
1.35

10%
1.35

15.0%
10%

15.0%
67%

20%
67%

20%
37%

42%
37%

42%
732

42.7
732

42.7
11%

-5%
11%

24%
-5%

24%
61%

83%
61%

83%
64

64

Riverdale
108/ Fieldston
Riverdale / Fieldston

8%

57%
8%

57%
18%

18%
12%

23%
12%

0.28
23%

0.28
7%

7.4%
7%

7.4%
83%

83%
12%

22%
12%

67%
22%

1,214
67%

1,214
43.4

23%
43.4

23%
-1%

15%
-1%

55%
15%

62%
55%

62%
46

46

time finding work.

109

Parkchester
109 / Soundview
Parkchester / Soundview

14%

66%
14%

30%
66%

30%
16%

35%
16%

35%
1.29

14%
1.29

11.8%
14%

11.8%
70%

70%
23%

33%
23%

70%
33%

1,213
70%

1,213
44.8

44.8
21%

21%
4%

25%
4%

58%
25%

58%
59%

59%
65

65

110

Throgs 110
Neck / Co-Op
ThrogsCity
Neck / Co-Op City

8%

51%
8%

12%
51%

12%
6%

16%
6%

0.32
16%

0.32
4%

7.2%
4%

7.2%
83%

83%
16%

25%
16%

70%
25%

1,190
70%

1,190
42.7

22%
42.7

22%
5%

26%
5%

40%
26%

40%
15%

15%
40

40

111
Morris Park
111 / Bronxdale
Morris Park / Bronxdale
This category tracks trends in employment and
112
Williamsbridge
112
Williamsbridge
/ Baychester / Baychester
education. The types of jobs in a neighborhood
BRO OKLYN
and access to education reflect what kinds of BRO OKLYN
201
Greenpoint
201 / Williamsburg
Greenpoint / Williamsburg
opportunities are available to residents.

11%

61%
11%

24%
61%

24%
14%

24%
14%

0.93
24%

0.93
9%

12.1%
9%

12.1%
77%

77%
19%

27%
19%

62%
27%

1,414
62%

1,414
40.5

40.5
13%

38%
13%

38%
17%

54%
17%

54%
34%

34%
51

51

12%

60%
12%

60%
20%

20%
7%

27%
7%

27%
1.27

1.27
9%

10.6%
9%

10.6%
80%

80%
19%

32%
19%

65%
32%

1,149
65%

1,149
45.1

29%
45.1

29%
2%

21%
2%

63%
21%

36%
63%

36%
57

57

10%

10%
61%

23%
61%

23%
11%

20%
11%

20%
0.7

9%
0.7

5.2%
9%

5.2%
83%

83%
16%

16%
14%

73%
14%

8,569
73%

8,569
32.9

32.9
31%

31%
-7%

25%
-7%

25%
52%

170%
52%

170%
46

46

202

Brooklyn
202
Hts / Ft.
Brooklyn
GreeneHts / Ft. Greene

10%

10%
51%

16%
51%

16%
6%

14%
6%

0.75
14%

0.75
5%

7.1%
5%

89%
7.1%

89%
16%

16%
9%

55%
9%

4,787
55%

4,787
35.2

35.2
18%

-23%
18%

-23%
14%

37%
14%

109%
37%

109%
36

36

Bedford203
Stuyvesant
Bedford Stuyvesant

9%

67%
9%

34%
67%

34%
7%

32%
7%

2.44
32%

2.44
13%

12.0%
13%

12.0%
77%

25%
77%

25%

25%
72%

2,751
72%

2,751
40.7

34%
40.7

34%
-3%

33%
-3%

54%
33%

139%
54%

139%
63

63

Bushwick
204

22%

68%
22%

68%
29%

20%
29%

20%
33%

33%
1.42

12%
1.42

8.5%
12%

8.5%
67%

20%
67%

20%
29%

29%
70%

1,746
70%

1,746
39.5

30%
39.5

-10%
30%

-10%
26%

58%
26%

103%
58%

103%
66

66

Housing

Risk Levels

Bushwick

E. New York
205 / Starrett
E. New City
York / Starrett City

9%

67%
9%

28%
67%

28%
11%

34%
11%

34%
1.81

1.81
11%

6.5%
11%

6.5%
77%

25%
77%

25%
32%

32%
71%

1,257
71%

1,257
43.8

43.8
19%

19%
12%

21%
12%

55%
21%

30%
55%

30%
57

57

P.Slope206
/ Carroll
P.Slope
G. / Red
/ Carroll
Hook /G.
Gowanus
/ Red Hook / Gowanus

6%

48%
6%

48%
9%

9%
5%

8%
5%

0.64
8%

0.64
4%

4.6%
4%

4.6%
92%

92%
16%

16%
6%

63%
6%

3,988
63%

3,988
37.5

37.5
31%

-21%
31%

-21%
10%

35%
10%

64%
35%

64%
32

32

207

Sunset 207
Park

16%

64%
16%

64%
32%

35%
32%

35%
27%

0.55
27%

0.55
9%

5.9%
9%

5.9%
63%

63%
18%

33%
18%

66%
33%

3,736
66%

3,736
43.3

32%
43.3

-16%
32%

-16%
21%

60%
21%

60%
89%

89%
60

60

208

Crown Heights
208
Crown Heights

12%

63%
12%

63%
24%

24%
4%

25%
4%

25%
1.69

1.69
8%

6.3%
8%

6.3%
87%

87%
21%

22%
21%

22%
74%

2,045
74%

2,045
41.4

42%
41.4

42%
0%

23%
0%

50%
23%

161%
50%

161%
54

54

The places where you live play a major role in 209


wealth building and economic opportunity.
210
Housing instability makes it difficult for people to
211
find stable employment. And, when most of your
income goes toward rent, it is difficult to save. 212
213

Sunset Park

S. Crown
209
Hts / S.
Prospect
Crown Hts
Hts / Prospect Hts

12%

67%
12%

20%
67%

20%
5%

25%
5%

25%
1.05

1.05
7%

9.4%
7%

9.4%
85%

85%
19%

19%
31%

68%
31%

2,433
68%

2,433
42.6

35%
42.6

-16%
35%

-16%
28%

59%
28%

115%
59%

115%
59

59

Bay Ridge
210

10%

54%
10%

54%
14%

16%
14%

16%
17%

17%
0.3

0.3
7%

7.7%
7%

7.7%
80%

80%
13%

19%
13%

74%
19%

2,954
74%

2,954
42.6

42.6
41%

-20%
41%

-20%
15%

15%
51%

39%
51%

39%
47

47

Bay Ridge

Bensonhurst
211
Bensonhurst

11%

58%
11%

20%
58%

20%
33%

25%
33%

25%
0.23

0.23
10%

7.3%
10%

7.3%
72%

72%
11%

25%
11%

80%
25%

3,863
80%

3,863
45.8

39%
45.8

39%
-2%

20%
-2%

20%
56%

56%
37%

37%
53

53

Borough212
Park Borough Park

9%

60%
9%

60%
30%

30%
27%

30%
27%

30%
0.26

0.26
8%

5.9%
8%

5.9%
76%

76%
14%

20%
14%

20%
76%

11,876
76%

11,876
36.5

29%
36.5

29%
-2%

33%
-2%

62%
33%

62%
81%

81%
51

51

Coney Island
213
Coney Island

10%

59%
10%

59%
21%

40%
21%

40%

40%
0.87

0.87
22%

13.0%
22%

13.0%
79%

79%
15%

24%
15%

24%
77%

2,665
77%

2,665
44.5

29%
44.5

29%
-2%

24%
-2%

58%
24%

58%
8%

8%
58

58

214

Flatbush
214
/ Midwood
Flatbush / Midwood

12%

62%
12%

22%
62%

25%
22%

26%
25%

26%
0.8

0.8
8%

7.3%
8%

7.3%
79%

79%
18%

28%
18%

28%
81%

4,314
81%

4,314
41.0

27%
41.0

27%
10%

10%
21%

54%
21%

54%
83%

83%
55

55

215

Sheepshead
215 Bay
Sheepshead Bay

10%

53%
10%

53%
16%

25%
16%

25%
18%

0.33
18%

0.33
10%

7.6%
10%

7.6%
85%

85%
15%

19%
15%

76%
19%

5,530
76%

5,530
43.2

42%
43.2

42%
0%

17%
0%

57%
17%

30%
57%

30%
47

47

216

Brownsville
216

12%

70%
12%

35%
70%

35%
8%

42%
8%

42%
3.48

3.48
12%

13.8%
12%

13.8%
76%

30%
76%

30%
38%

38%
59%

59%
783

46.0
783

46.0
17%

16%
17%

29%
16%

29%
62%

62%
53%

53%
63

63

11%

62%
11%

62%
17%

17%
5%

24%
5%

24%
1.12

1.12
7%

8.0%
7%

8.0%
86%

86%
18%

35%
18%

68%
35%

68%
1,132

1,132
45.3

35%
45.3

35%
-4%

26%
-4%

26%
57%

34%
57%

34%
56

56

9%

53%
9%

53%
12%

12%
8%

17%
8%

0.67
17%

0.67
6%

6.2%
6%

6.2%
86%

86%
13%

22%
13%

22%
78%

3,676
78%

3,676
45.0

30%
45.0

30%
1%

16%
1%

53%
16%

53%
-2%

-2%
41

41

5%

46%
5%

46%
7%

4%
7%

4%
5%

0.15
5%

0.15
2%

4.2%
2%

4.2%
96%

96%
5%

6%
5%

35%
6%

14,529
35%

14,529
24.8

24.8
11%

-74%
11%

-74%
6%

40%
6%

273%
40%

273%
25

25

5%

46%
5%

46%
7%

4%
7%

4%
5%

0.19
5%

0.19
2%

5.2%
2%

5.2%
96%

96%
6%

6%

52%
6%

14,529
52%

14,529
24.8

20%
24.8

20%
4%

6%
4%

40%
6%

40%
54%

54%
22

22

Brownsville

217
East Flatbush
217
East Flatbush
This chart compiles some key drivers of local economies,
218/ Canarsie
Flatlands / Canarsie
referred to as indicators. The risk level shows how a 218 Flatlands
neighborhood is doing within that part of the economyMANHAT TAN
MANHAT TAN
in comparison with the rest of the city. Risk levels
301
Financial
301
District
Financial District
demonstrate where support or new programs should 302 Greenwich
302Village
Greenwich
/ Soho Village / Soho
be considered.
303
LES / Chinatown
303
LES / Chinatown

9%

62%
9%

29%
62%

29%
22%

24%
22%

24%
1.17

11%
1.17

6.5%
11%

6.5%
75%

75%
15%

16%
15%

67%
16%

4,551
67%

4,551
30.4

36%
30.4

-38%
36%

-38%
28%

44%
28%

44%
74%

74%
51

51

Clinton 304
/ Chelsea
Clinton / Chelsea

6%

49%
6%

49%
13%

13%
7%

7%

0.73
7%

0.73
3%

4.8%
3%

4.8%
93%

93%
8%

8%

44%
8%

27,171
44%

27,171
25.5

25.5
14%

-27%
14%

-27%
9%

39%
9%

139%
39%

139%
29

29

304
Neighborhood area that ranked in the top quartile
306
for each particular indicator.
307

Midtown
304

6%

49%
6%

49%
13%

13%
7%

7%

0.53
7%

0.53
3%

5.8%
3%

5.8%
94%

94%
9%

8%
9%

35%
8%

27,171
35%

27,171
25.5

25.5
12%

-80%
12%

-80%
9%

39%
9%

333%
39%

333%
29

29

Medium Risk

High Risk

304

Midtown

Stuy Town
306/ Turtle
StuyBay
Town / Turtle Bay

5%

43%
5%

43%
10%

10%
5%

4%
5%

0.26
4%

0.26
2%

3.7%
2%

3.7%
98%

98%
4%

4%
5%

32%
5%

10,279
32%

10,279
26.2

26.2
15%

-75%
15%

-75%
9%

42%
9%

42%
-7%

-7%
22

22

Upper West
307 Side
Upper West Side

4%

46%
4%

46%
12%

12%
6%

6%

0.46
6%

0.46
3%

3.7%
3%

3.7%
96%

96%
7%

9%
7%

62%
9%

5,896
62%

5,896
29.9

28%
29.9

-71%
28%

-71%
11%

42%
11%

132%
42%

132%
29

29

Upper East
308 Side
Upper East Side

4%

44%
4%

44%
5%

4%
5%

4%
5%

0.15
5%

0.15
3%

2.8%
3%

2.8%
97%

97%
8%

8%
6%

42%
6%

8,127
42%

8,127
30.4

24%
30.4

-81%
24%

-81%
8%

36%
8%

36%
52%

52%
24

24

Neighborhood area that ranked in the middle 309


quartiles, 2nd & 3rd quartiles, for each particular
310
indicator.
311

Morningside
309 / Hamilton
Morningside / Hamilton

12%

64%
12%

64%
26%

26%
14%

22%
14%

2.06
22%

2.06
10%

7.6%
10%

7.6%
79%

79%
13%

24%
13%

48%
24%

1,332
48%

1,332
34.9

34.9
8%

-50%
8%

-50%
23%

49%
23%

208%
49%

208%
52

52

Central310
HarlemCentral Harlem

11%

67%
11%

24%
67%

24%
7%

24%
7%

24%
3.36

3.36
13%

11.6%
13%

11.6%
81%

24%
81%

24%

66%
24%

1,477
66%

1,477
35.3

28%
35.3

28%
0%

20%
0%

20%
48%

201%
48%

201%
54

54

East Harlem
311

11%

67%
11%

38%
67%

38%
19%

34%
19%

34%
3.02

3.02
18%

13.1%
18%

13.1%
72%

22%
72%

22%
23%

49%
23%

1,163
49%

1,163
34.1

12%
34.1

136%
12%

136%
30%

50%
30%

158%
50%

158%
58

58

Low Risk

Washington
312 Hts
Washington
/ Inwood Hts / Inwood

12%

66%
12%

66%
22%

22%
21%

34%
21%

34%
1.17

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76%
42

42

402

Sunnyside
402/ Woodside
Sunnyside / Woodside

23%

59%
23%

59%
12%

27%
12%

27%
10%

10%
0.31

0.31
4%

4.7%
4%

4.7%
77%

77%
10%

22%
10%

55%
22%

5,000
55%

5,000
37.0

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18%
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-6%

57%
14%

77%
57%

77%
36

36

403

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Heights
Jackson Heights

22%

59%
22%

59%
17%

31%
17%

20%
31%

20%
0.64

0.64
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6%

5.0%
68%

68%
15%

32%
15%

32%
71%

2,071
71%

2,071
40.1

39%
40.1

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39%

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18%

60%
18%

60%
34%

34%
53

53Data was compiled and analyzed using

404

Elmhurst
404
/ Corona
Elmhurst / Corona

22%

64%
22%

64%
21%

35%
21%

35%
21%

0.52
21%

0.52
7%

5.7%
7%

5.7%
70%

70%
17%

35%
17%

35%
77%

1,597
77%

1,597
41.8

32%
41.8

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32%

-25%
21%

62%
21%

62%
27%

27%
60

U.S. Census Bureaus 2015 American


60the
Community Survey 1-Year Estimates, the

405

Ridgewood
405 / Maspeth
Ridgewood / Maspeth

12%

57%
12%

57%
12%

12%

12%
8%

0.38
8%

0.38
3%

5.2%
3%

5.2%
84%

84%
15%

26%
15%

66%
26%

3,295
66%

3,295
38.0

36%
38.0

36%
1%

20%
1%

20%
44%

44%
39%

39%
37

37U.S. Census Bureaus 2014 Longitudinal

406

Rego Park
406/ Forest
RegoHills
Park / Forest Hills

8%

49%
8%

49%
14%

20%
14%

20%
11%

0.12
11%

0.12
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5.3%
7%

5.3%
92%

92%
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15%

3,002
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41.1

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41.1

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21%

20%
15%

48%
15%

48%
43%

43%
33

33Origin-Destination Employment Statistics

407

Flushing407
/ Whitestone
Flushing / Whitestone

19%

54%
19%

54%
15%

42%
15%

42%
13%

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13%

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6%

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13%

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13%

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25%

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7,181

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7,181

40.4
32%

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23%
-9%

58%
23%

58%
21%

21%
45

45Examination Councils 2015 CRA Aggregate

408

Hillcrest408
/ FreshHillcrest
Meadows
/ Fresh Meadows

11%

50%
11%

50%
11%

16%
11%

16%
13%

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13%

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5%

9.0%
86%

86%
8%

18%
8%

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18%

3,380
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42.4

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42.4

26%

15%

55%
15%

55%
35%

35%
41

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409

Ozone Park
409 / Woodhaven
Ozone Park / Woodhaven

14%

52%
14%

52%
15%

14%
15%

14%
17%

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17%

0.66
6%

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6%

6.9%
77%

77%
15%

26%
15%

65%
26%

2,580
65%

2,580
44.9

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25%

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15%

55%
15%

55%
32%

32%
50

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410

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410
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S. Ozone
Beach
Pk / Howard Beach

12%

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12%

52%
12%

12%
5%

19%
5%

19%
0.7

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0.7

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6%

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76%

76%
17%

22%
17%

22%
74%

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74%

1,891
44.1

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44.1

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12%

58%
12%

58%
15%

15%
47

47

411

Bayside411
/ LittleBayside
Neck / Little Neck

8%

46%
8%

46%
9%

16%
9%

16%
6%

0.12
6%

0.12
3%

6.2%
3%

6.2%
91%

91%
7%

16%
7%

72%
16%

3,221
72%

3,221
40.5

45%
40.5

45%
0%

11%
0%

43%
11%

43%
22%

22%
32

32least three months of total household

412

Jamaica
412
/ Hollis
Jamaica / Hollis

14%

56%
14%

56%
13%

10%
13%

23%
10%

23%
1.59

1.59
7%

11.1%
7%

11.1%
81%

81%
17%

31%
17%

77%
31%

2,384
77%

2,384
48.1

25%
48.1

25%
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20%
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60%
20%

60%
25%

25%
55

55** Rate of incarceration of average

413

Queens413
VillageQueens Village

7%

47%
7%

47%
7%

7%

12%
7%

0.05
12%

0.05
3%

7.5%
3%

7.5%
87%

87%
10%

23%
10%

56%
23%

2,688
56%

2,688
45.8

20%
45.8

20%
16%

16%
15%

53%
15%

53%
10%

10%
30

30older based on last known residence.

414

Rockaway
414/ Broad
Rockaway
Channel
/ Broad Channel

7%

60%
7%

60%
20%

20%
15%

25%
15%

0.88
25%

0.88
14%

9.8%
14%

9.8%
75%

75%
15%

29%
15%

69%
29%

1,998
69%

1,998
47.9

22%
47.9

-39%
22%

-39%
24%

54%
24%

54%
26%

26%
55

estimate is limited to local jails and


55This
represents an undercount.

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501

Stapleton
501/ St. Stapleton
George / St. George

8%

52%
8%

22%
52%

22%
8%

25%
8%

25%
1.1

6%
1.1

5.5%
6%

5.5%
85%

85%
16%

24%
16%

62%
24%

2,551
62%

502

S. Beach
502
/ Willowbrook
S. Beach / Willowbrook

8%

43%
8%

43%
14%

14%
8%

13%
8%

0.43
13%

0.43
6%

4.9%
6%

4.9%
88%

88%
13%

14%
13%

68%
14%

3,196
68%

503

Tottenville
503/ Great
TottKills
enville / Great Kills

5%

41%
5%

41%
7%

4%
7%

6%
4%

0.25
6%

0.25
2%

5.6%
2%

5.6%
92%

92%
13%

15%
13%

74%
15%

3,054
74%

2,551
40.8

40.8
29%

-23%
29%

-23%
22%

3,196
40.3

25%
40.3

-12%
25%

-12%
12%

3,054
43.8

40%
43.8

40%
-6%

14%
-6%

53%
22%

Employment Household Dynamics

(LODES), Federal Financial Institutions

Report, NYC Department of Finance data,

data, and NYC Department of Corrections


Hygiene 2014 data.
* Sufficient emergency savings cover at
expenses, including food and housing.
daily population per 100 adults 16 and

*** Disconnected Youth represent the


population between the ages of 16 and 24
who are neither employed nor currently
enrolled in school.

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