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    Berkeley College

    Berkeley College offers programs in a variety of fields both online and at several campus locations in New York and New Jersey. Through their flexible scheduling options, the institution empowers students to achieve lifelong success. Berkeley College offers certificates, bachelor's and graduate degrees in business, healthcare, and other popular fields.

    • 3 East 43rd Street New York, NY 10017
    • 255 Duffield Street Brooklyn, NY 11201
    • 99 Church Street White Plains, NY 10601
    • Business, Communications and Media, Computer and Information Technology, Criminal Justice and Law, Graphics, Design, and Arts, Healthcare and Nursing, Sports Management

    Empire Beauty Schools
    Empire Beauty Schools offers hands-on experience in cosmetology, skincare, and cosmetology education at all of their locations.

    • 2384 86th St. Bensonhurst, NY 11214
    • 2190 Walden Ave. Cheektowaga, NY 14225
    • 22 W 34th St. New York, NY 10001
    • 19 Bank St. Peekskill, NY 10566
    • 38 15 Broadway Astoria, NY 11103
    • 340 Elmridge Center Dr. Rochester, NY 14626
    • Cosmetology and Barbering

    Hunter Business School
    Hunter Business School offers Medical and Computer Technology vocational programs.

    • 3601 Hempstead Tpk., Unit 19 Levittown, NY 11756
    • 3247 Route 112, Buidling 3, Suite 2 Medford, NY 11763
    • Communications and Media, Healthcare and Nursing

    Island Drafting and Technical Institute
    Located on Long Island, NY, Island Drafting and Technical Institute offers degrees in AutoCAD, Computer-Aided Drafting & Architectural Design, and Electronics & Information Technology.

    • 128 Broadway Amityville, NY 11701
    • Computer and Information Technology

    Lincoln Tech
    Now with over 20 locations across the United States, Lincoln Tech opened its first New Jersey campus in 1946. Specializing in hands-on technical career training, degree programs include automotive, health sciences, culinary arts, cosmetology, and other skilled trades. Educators work hard to give learners the practical skills needed to succeed in new vocations.

    • 15-30 Petracca Pl. Whitestone, NY 11357
    • 1 Pierrepont Plz., 12th Floor Brooklyn, NY 11201
    • Automotive, Computer and Information Technology, Culinary Arts and Restaurant Management, Healthcare and Nursing, HVAC and Building Services, Machine Operation, Trucking and Transportation

    Paul Mitchell Schools
    There are more than 100 Paul Mitchell Schools nationwide that prepare future professionals for careers in the beauty industry. Students can learn in-demand skills to become cosmetologists, barbers, estheticians and nail designers.

    • 411 State Street Schenectady, NY 12305
    • 187 New Dorp Lane Staten Island, NY 10306
    • Cosmetology and Barbering

    SAE Institute

    SAE Institute offers hands-on training opportunities to give students real world experience in the entertainment industry. The institution offers programs in entertainment media fields like animation, game development, digital film, graphic design and more. SAE grants bachelor's and associate's degrees, and other certificates for in-demand tech skills.

    • 218 West 18th Street, 4th Floor New York, NY 10011
    • Business, Computer and Information Technology, Graphics, Design, and Arts, HVAC and Building Services

    Utica College
    Located in Central New York, Utica College is one of the most affordable independent, private institutions in the United States. The school has a variety of online and on-campus programs for undergraduate and graduate degrees.

    • 290 Elwood Davis Road, Suite 200 Liverpool, NY 13088
    • Business, Communications and Media, Criminal Justice and Law, Graphics, Design, and Arts, Healthcare and Nursing, Wellness


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    Career Outlook in New York

    The New York Department of Labor projects that technical service careers, including computer and information technology jobs, are on track to grow 16.2% over the next few years. Business and finance is the second largest job market in the entire state. Financial careers and related roles may increase by 5.8%, and these employers typically offer salaries well above the local average.

    Industry Growth in New York

    Transportation is another industry to watch in New York, as the market for truck drivers has a growth rate of 11%. Construction and skilled trades should also see employment increases of 7.8%. In addition, careers in hospitality and tourism trades will likely increase over the next few years.