Construction is booming in the capital, as construction companies have been hiring again and workers are lining up to get their foot in the door.
Construction activity in the last three months has increased by more than a third compared with the same period last year.
The number of new jobs in the City of New York is now at an all-time high, according to data from the New York City Department of Labor.
The number of jobs in New York has increased almost seven-fold from 3,902 in December 2015 to 5,739 in December 2016, according the New Jersey Department of Commerce and Industry.
New York City’s unemployment rate in December stood at 7.1%, up from 5.3% in November.
It’s also down from 9.1% in October.
The numbers also show a rise in the number of people moving from other cities.
According to data compiled by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, there were 1,914,500 new jobs added in the first quarter of 2017, up by 8.4% compared with 2016.
In terms of total employment, New York had 6.5 million people working in the state in the most recent period, up 5.6% from 5 million in November of 2016.
That’s up from 4.4 million in October of 2016 and 3.7 million in September of 2016, when the state was in recession.
New York’s unemployment figure is still well below the national rate of 8.1%.
However, it is still much higher than the national average of 5.4%.
In the US, the unemployment rate for all adults aged 16 and older is 7.9%, compared with 4.9% for people under 16.
The number in the US is projected to rise to 10.1 million by 2020.
There are two ways to think about New York.
The first is that New York’s economy is growing fast, and there is nothing to suggest that its recession is over.
The second is that the economy is in the early stages of a revival and that the recovery is not yet complete.
Economists predict that New England will continue to experience a recovery over the next couple of years, but there is little sign that New Yorkers are moving back to their roots.
According to a recent survey by the University of New Hampshire’s Anderson Center, New England residents think the recovery in the region is only starting to get going, and they believe the recovery will take a while.
This article is based on an interview with David O’Brien, Senior Economist, NewYork University.
Follow David on Twitter: @DavidO_Bryan.