Small Business Schools
In New York City, New York

Small Business faculty can choose to work at one of 3 small business schools in New York City. The following statistics and charts help analyze the current state of the small business academic community in New York City, and the future trends. Academia in small business includes small business training at the following levels:

  • Associates degree in Small Business
  • Bachelors degree in Small Business
  • Masters degree in Small Business


Statistics

Professional Trends

New York City Vs. New York Small Business Employment

New York City 61,960
New York 97,640

Exactly 61,960 of the 97,640 small business professionals employed in New York, work in New York City. The number of small business professionals in New York City has grown by 8% from 2006 to 2010. As the employment for small business professionals in New York City has increased, overall employment in New York City has also increased.

New York City Vs. New York Small Business employment growth

92,200 95,580 98,350 95,490 97,640
57,400 60,000 61,600 60,190 61,960
2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
  • Grey: New York
  • Dark Yellow: New York City

Small Business VS. All professions salaries in New York City

$137,360 $143,690 $150,590 $155,680 $159,210
$50,840 $52,790 $54,850 $56,250 $57,170
2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
  • Light Blue: Small Business in New York City
  • Dark Yellow: All Professions in New York City

As the number of small business professionals in New York City has grown, salaries for small business professionals have also increased. In 2010 an average salary of $159,210 per year was earned by small business professionals in New York City. Small business professionals in New York City made a yearly average salary of $137,360, four years earlier in 2006. This growth is faster than the salary trend for all careers in New York City.

Salary percentiles for Small business professionals in New York City

10th percentile
$67,370
25th percentile
$93,260
50th percentile
$145,440
75th percentile
$197,620
90th percentile
$145,440

Small business professionals in New York City earn a median salary of $145,440 per year. The 10% of small business professionals in the lowest pay bracket earn less than $67,370 per year, while those in the highest pay bracket earn approximately 116% higher salaries.

Average Salaries for Small business professionals and related professions in New York City

Human Resources
$40,280
Hospitality
$47,680
Accounting
$52,738
Restaurant Management
$66,430
Risk Management
$72,970
Forensic Accounting
$81,095
Property Management
$97,970
Project Management
$98,526
Finance
$102,442
Advertising
$115,730
Management
$118,700
International Business
$124,410
Business Administration
$137,305
Marketing
$146,403
Business Management
$150,005
Small Business
$159,210

On average small business professional salaries in New York City are higher than salaries earned by their professional counterparts in related professions.

Educational Trends

Small Business schools in New York City

3

There are 3 accredited small business schools in the city. Many of New York City's small business professionals are graduates of one of these schools.

Small Business Programs Offered In New York City

associate
1
bachelor
2
master
1
doctor
0
Certificate
0
Total4

New York City's small business schools offer 4 small business degree and certificate programs.

Student Completed Small Business Degrees In New York City

associate
14
bachelor
102
master
8
doctor
0
Certificate
0
Total124

Approximately 124 students completed small business courses in 2010.

Small Business Faculty Salaries in New York City, New York

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