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New York City Hall has launched programs to provide jobs for city residents


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New York is experiencing an economic boom and is breaking record after record when it comes to creating jobs and opportunity. Mayor Eric Adams discussed this in a short column. The following text is in the first person.

The city increased private sector jobs and the unemployment rate dropped to 4,8%. Black unemployment is at its lowest level in five years, down 26% since the start of 2022.

There is no doubt: our economy is strong. But we are committed to building on our success and expanding opportunities for everyone. That's why we're announcing the Spring Jobs Sprint, an all-out effort to provide jobs to New Yorkers.

We will not wait - we will provide jobs to people ourselves. Each month, City Hall hosts drop-in centers to provide employment opportunities in both the public and private sectors in areas across all five boroughs.

City programs

We recently launched a multimedia advertising campaign Run this town, which aims to engage New Yorkers and help them apply for thousands of available city government jobs. In addition, we have a multifaceted citywide campaign Jobs NYC, which aims to reduce barriers to economic opportunity and provide workforce development services directly to communities experiencing high unemployment rates.

We help young people, especially young people of color, achieve their dreams through programs “Pathways to an Inclusive Economy“, “Summer Rising” and “Summer Youth Employment“. And our Green Economy Action Plan is building an economy of the future with real career opportunities.

Our goal? We want the “Spring Jobs Sprint” to lead to a “Summer of Opportunity,” with full employment and a renewed sense of optimism and energy in our city. New projects will be announced in the coming weeks that will help create thousands of jobs now and in the future.

We recently reported on the transformation of the Brooklyn Marine Terminal in Red Hook. The largest urban real estate transaction in modern history. This will allow New York to build a modernized seaport on more than 45 hectares of the Brooklyn waterfront. This massive new Opportunity Zone has the potential to create thousands of new jobs, generate billions in economic impact and help revitalize one of our most iconic marine areas.

A job is more than just a paycheck. Good work helps us gain a sense of worth and give back to society. She is the foundation of strong families and vibrant neighborhoods. We have restored the million jobs lost to the pandemic by building the economy of the future, not by returning to the economic practices of the past.

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