TITLE SLIDE Title Slide Last Year’s Budget January 31, 2007 Title slide May 22, 2007 “ I LIVE NEW YORK” Keeping the Next G...
Young People Leaving Upstate New York Average Decrease of 22% between 1990-2000 Upstate Population By Age Group Source: Wa...
The Problem: Population Decline in Central Cities Population of Major Upstate Cities (1950-2004) Source: Warren Brown, Cor...
New York’s Congressional Delegation  Population Loss Linked to Decline in Representation & Political Power Number of Repre...
Economic Stagnation and Effect on Population Economic Indicators (1990-Present) Private Job Growth  &  Private Wage Growth...
Retain Young People with Opportunity and Community <ul><li>Increase job opportunities and incentivize creation of small bu...
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  • [See introductory remarks]
  • By any measure, Upstate New York’s economy is stagnant. Relative to other parts of the state, and certainly relative to other parts of the nation, it is in decline. These figures reflect the trends that we are committed to reversing.
  • The exodus of manufacturing has led to a major population decline in our Upstate cities.
  • By any measure, Upstate New York’s economy is stagnant. Relative to other parts of the state, and certainly relative to other parts of the nation, it is in decline. These figures reflect the trends that we are committed to reversing.
  • [See introductory remarks]
  • Brain drain final (ces)

    1. 1. TITLE SLIDE Title Slide Last Year’s Budget January 31, 2007 Title slide May 22, 2007 “ I LIVE NEW YORK” Keeping the Next Generation in State
    2. 2. Young People Leaving Upstate New York Average Decrease of 22% between 1990-2000 Upstate Population By Age Group Source: Warren Brown, Cornell University and Robert Scardamalia, NYS Department of Economic Development
    3. 3. The Problem: Population Decline in Central Cities Population of Major Upstate Cities (1950-2004) Source: Warren Brown, Cornell University and Robert Scardamalia, NYS Department of Economic Development
    4. 4. New York’s Congressional Delegation Population Loss Linked to Decline in Representation & Political Power Number of Representatives in U.S. House *Projected Amounts. Sources: Clerk of the House, Indiana Business Review Summer 2005, and Polidata (R) Demographic and Political Guides.
    5. 5. Economic Stagnation and Effect on Population Economic Indicators (1990-Present) Private Job Growth & Private Wage Growth = Population Growth Source: NYS Division of the Budget, Economic and Revenue Unit
    6. 6. Retain Young People with Opportunity and Community <ul><li>Increase job opportunities and incentivize creation of small businesses and entrepreneurial growth among our younger generation </li></ul><ul><li>Connect college students with Upstate employers </li></ul><ul><li>Facilitate the revitalization of Upstate’s urban and cultural centers. </li></ul><ul><li>Make housing more affordable and sustainable for the next generation. </li></ul><ul><li>Connect young people and strengthen community through volunteering and civic engagement </li></ul>“ I Live New York” Summit Will Address How to:
    7. 7. TITLE SLIDE Title Slide Last Year’s Budget January 31, 2007 Title slide May 22, 2007 “ I LIVE NEW YORK” Keeping the Next Generation in State

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