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RETAIL FACTS & STATS

RETAIL'S IMPACT BY THE NUMBERS

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New York

New York Retail Information
Retail directly and indirectly supports 1 in 5 New York jobs.
Retail is directly and indirectly responsible for 16% of New York's GDP.
Retail directly and indirectly generates 15% of labor income in New York.
Retail supports 2,333,626 jobs in New York.

The Direct Impact of the Retail Industry in New York by Sub-Sector, 2009

NAICS Sub-sector Description Employment (Jobs) Labor Income ($millions) GDP ($millions) Retail Establishments
441 Motor vehicle and parts dealers 78,678 $5,291 $4,384 15,537
442 Furniture and home furnishings stores 29,951 $2,210 $1,231 6,420
443 Electronics and appliances stores 35,527 $2,185 $1,763 5,537
444 Building material and garden equipment and suppliers dealers 63,700 $4,088 $2,599 6,677
445 Food and beverage stores 208,325 $9,876 $6,094 28,971
446 Health and personal care stores 86,452 $5,818 $3,718 15,309
447 Gasoline stations 29,196 $1,430 $878 4,999
448 Clothing and clothing accessories stores 137,262 $8,467 $4,287 22,986
451 Sporting goods, hobby, book and music stores 44,775 $1,884 $1,151 8,791
452 General merchandise stores 128,497 $5,926 $3,647 4,596
453 Miscellaneous store retailers 84,078 $3,325 $2,217 22,553
454 Nonstore retailers 82,941 $7,081 $2,424 41,954
722 Food services and drinking places 560,508 $20,710 $14,698 64,405
Industry Description Employment (Jobs)sort descending GDP ($Million)
Mining
609 $18
Management of companies and enterprises
1,570 $136
Utilities
1,886 $774
3,388 $71
Information
4,156 $701
Real estate and rental and leasing
6,734 $2,048
Transportation and warehousing
8,514 $479
Finance and insurance
8,570 $1,027
Wholesale trade
8,591 $839
Professional, scientific, and technical services
9,949 $640
Administrative and waste services
11,746 $480
Construction
12,778 $697
Educational services
15,313 $751
Manufacturing
18,961 $1,876
Other services, except public administration
20,331 $647
Health care and social assistance
39,023 $1,996
Retail trade (including food services and drinking places)
52,525 $2,223

Senate

Sen. Kirsten E. Gillibrand (D)
Sen. Charles E. Schumer (D)

House

District 1
Rep. Timothy H. Bishop (D)
District 2
Rep. Peter T. King (R)
District 3
Rep. Steve J. Israel (D)
District 4
Rep. Carolyn McCarthy (D)
District 5
Rep. Gregory W. Meeks (D)
District 6
Rep. Grace Meng (D)
District 7
Rep. Nydia M. Velázquez (D)
District 8
Rep. Hakeem S. Jeffries (D)
District 9
Rep. Yvette D. Clarke (D)
District 10
Rep. Jerrold L. Nadler (D)
District 11
Rep. Michael G. Grimm (R)
District 12
Rep. Carolyn B. Maloney (D)
District 13
Rep. Charles B. Rangel (D)
District 14
Rep. Joseph Crowley (D)
District 15
Rep. José E. Serrano (D)
District 16
Rep. Eliot L. Engel (D)
District 17
Rep. Nita M. Lowey (D)
District 18
Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney (D)
District 19
Rep. Christopher P. Gibson (R)
District 20
Rep. Paul D. Tonko (D)
District 21
Rep. William L. Owens (D)
District 22
Rep. Richard L. Hanna (R)
District 23
Rep. Tom W. Reed II (R)
District 24
Rep. Daniel B. Maffei (D)
District 25
Rep. Louise McIntosh Slaughter (D)
District 26
Rep. Brian M. Higgins (D)
District 27
Rep. Chris Collins (R)