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Thursday, February 28, 2008


New York Stands Tall

New York stands tall among U.S. cities as they have weathered some of the best and worst situations presented to our country and our citizens. Their motto, Excelsior, which means “Ever Upward”, is a perfect descriptor of this diverse and vibrant city.

New York is well-known as the financial hub of the country and recognized world-wide for their contributions to the financial stability within the United States. But in addition to financial positions, New York jobs are abundant in almost every business sector imaginable - making it an incredible opportunity for job-seekers. They are third only after California and Texas in terms of population and the myriad of businesses consistently creates New York jobs for tens of thousands of people.

The Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, and the Empire State Building are images that come to mind when considering New York as a place to live or visit. But there’s a lot more to living in New York than world-renowned landmarks. Where else can you go and find magnificent skyscrapers and mega-corporations alongside rolling mountains, flowing streams, and placid lakes?

Taking a look at New York jobs for your next career move is a smart thing to do. It is a great way to find a new job and simultaneously dive into a variety of recreational, social, and cultural entertainment opportunities.

Finding the perfect job in New York will have you moving ‘ever upward’ too!


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