New York City is a place where business is booming and the number of people living on $15 a day is rising.
The median household income in New York was $74,000 last year, according to census data.
This is in part because of a thriving startup economy that was fueled by the global financial crisis.
This economic boom, however, has left many struggling with low wages and high unemployment.
New York has seen a lot of this recently.
According to the New York Times, the state lost more than 11,000 jobs between March and July.
This has caused many people to consider leaving New York.
One young man, who asked that his name not be used, said he made a deal with his bosses to stay in New Jersey.
“They said I could stay if I got paid $30 an hour,” he said.
The young man said he was willing to work for less if his bosses gave him a raise, and he eventually made it to the $35-an-hour jobs at Burger King and Dunkin Donuts.
The job at Dunkin’ Donuts is a low-paying one.
The man told the Times that the workers make about $12.25 an hour, but he was paid $17 an hour at Dunkins and $20 an hour as a cashier.
He said he is not sure why he took a job at the Dunkin’.
He said his bosses said he had a big personality and a good heart.
He did say that the money was good, but that he was worried about his family.
A woman, who also asked to remain anonymous, said that she had a better job than the young man and she was making more than him.
The woman said that the young men wages are so low that she has stopped working.
“I want my kids to have the same opportunities,” she said.
“You can’t do this.
This economy has to change.”
The young woman, a first-generation immigrant, said she is tired of living in New Yorks poverty and looking for work.
“People say it’s tough, but I don’t want to go to a place that has no money.
It’s a bad life,” she told the newspaper.