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Best Jobs on Historic Long Island

Updated on October 31, 2017
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Ms. Inglish is an award-winning Employment & Training pro with regional records and tens of thousands placed into gainful employment.

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Economic Growth Areas of the USA

Forbes.com analysts have reported a list of Top 10 Richest Places in America, based on census and BLS figures. This list has been interesting to review in light of the large number of tourist and historical attractions surrounding them, as well as the local job opportunities.

Job seekers today may not be able to afford to live in the absolutely richest places in our country, but they may find some more affordable housing and some employment possibilities they may not otherwise have considered.

A major point is that a rich city, town, or neighborhood/planned community is located in a particular place for a set of reasons, usually privacy, enjoyable things to do in the area, long-range real estate development, and economic growth in the community.

It is the last item that can provide an incubator for new job listings and new lines of work created in new industries. The presence of research universities, colleges, and hospitals boosts that possibility, often in combination with local businesses that work to develop new products and services.

Reference Map of Oyster Bay Area

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A markerOld Brookville NY -
Old Brookville, NY, USA
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B markerOyster Bay NY -
Oyster Bay, NY, USA
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C markerSagamore Hill NY -
Sagamore Hill, 20 Sagamore Hill Rd, Oyster Bay, NY 11771, USA
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City Reviews and Brookville

The reviews listed below may help job seekers begin to find work. In fact, I hear from people every week that have found jobs; but we still have a large pool of unemployed or underemployed individuals in America.

Some of the unemployed may find that they need to move to a new location to find employment. Others may be looking for high-wage union employment, which may not be available; and political conflicts surrounding the phenomenon of labor unions and related legislation seem to be rising in the 2010s.

The Forbes.com list mentioned here comprises one set of places that may point job seekers toward successful employment. Further below, we find another set of cities and towns recommended by Bloomberg BusinessWeek.

Teddy Roosevelt in Oyster Bay/Sagamore Hill

Forbes.com Richest Places

The Forbes.com richest-places list includes the following communities and neighborhoods: Westlake TX, Kenilworth III, Mission Hills KS, Popponesset Island MA; Plandome, Hewlett Neck, Munsey Park, and Plandome Manor in New York State; North Beach FL, and the Village of Chevy Chase Section Five in Maryland.

Plandome NY is very interesting, because it features a former resident that became a marathoner and who runs a marathon in Antarctica. By serendipity, we find that Plandome's 100th Anniversary occurred in 2011 and the 100th Anniversary of the first successful expedition to the South Pole in Antarctica also fell in 2011.

BusinessWeek Wealthiest Places

Bloomberg BusinessWeek used data gathered from 2000 - 2012 and analyzed by an outfit in Little Rock, Arkansas called the Gadberry Group to come up with their determinations of the 25 Wealthiest Towns in the USA.

The variables used to rank the Top 25 included two: average net income and average net worth of each town's residents. The time frame, interestingly, includes the Great Recession of 2008 - 2010.

Number One: Brookville New York

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Brookville, NY, USA
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New York's Village of Brookville is a community within the town borders of Oyster Bay in Nassau County.

C.W. Post Cereal in Brookville

Brookville NY is located near other communities listed on both the Forbes.com and the BusinessWeek magazine lists of richest places in the USA.

BusiessWeek reported an average income for local residents in 2008 of over $328,00 and an average net worth of over $1.6 Million.

Moreover, an increase in average income of 7% was reported between the years 2000 and 2008 for each local resident and additional increases annually to the present occurred as well..

From 2015 - 2017, the average value of homes for sale locally was $2,110,000 by my calculations from aggregated public listings on Zillow, Trulia, and local newspaper listings.

The range of home values in 2016 was $5,999,000 down to $1,299,000 and approximately a quarter of these homes had been reduced in price somewhat.

Twenty miles away from NYC, it is the home of the C.W. Post Campus of the Long Island University. C.W. Post is one of the famous ex-patients of Dr. Kellogg at the Kellogg Institute in Battle Creek, Michigan. After working in the kitchen of the odd health clinic, Post left the institute and it's sometimes tortuous treatments in favor of his own breakfast foods company.

The land that is now his namesake campus was the estate of his daughter in he 1920s. When the land became the foundation for this campus, it was named in his honor.

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Long Island University - C. W. Post Campus, Old Westbury, NY 11568, USA
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C.W. Post Campus, Long Island University

This campus is located near the New York Institute of Technology, Steklow Gardens, and the US Polo Foundation and Tennis Courts in an inviting green space area.

Brookville and the surrounding area are known as Long Island's Gold Coast, once roamed by pirates, as was Baltimore, Maryland I first heard of this gold coast in high school during studies of F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby.

Today, it is a popular destination for visiting the mansion of the 19th Century and enjoying the architecture of these past celebrity homes. Among the richest people in he US lived here. Some resemble castles and several have been used in film footage.

Certain mansions are open to the public, while others remain private homes, a third category comprising ruins left of other mansions from around the 1890s to nearly 1940. A website dedicated to the mansions of Long Island is offered below. A video of many of the mansions is also offered, with parts II and III available at the end of Part I.

The C.W. Post Campus provides continuing education in addition to a range of academic degrees. It is also a research campus, specializing in many of the important issues of the day. Recent projects include preservation of the local woodlands, the migration of the Terrapin turtle, kidney disease and nitrition, and one of my favorites: prevention techniques against cyberbullying

The university also maintains a number of Institutes and dedicated Centers involved in aging, all aspects of Korea, literacy, the English language, the arts, business, and several others.

Additional Local Higher Education and Training

  • Culinary Academy of Long Island at the Star Academy
  • C.W. Post Campus: Long Island University. Campus sports teams: The Pioneers.
  • Empire State College - Old Westbury
  • Metropolitan Institute of Interior Design
  • New York College of Health
  • New York College of Osteopathic Medicine
  • New York Insitute of Beauty
  • New York Institute of Technology - Dorothy and Alexander Schure Old Westbury Campus. The NYIT de Seversky Mansion is a historic mansion available for rental for special events.
  • State University College at Old Westbury
  • SUNY College at Old Westbury
  • Weill Medical College

Top Employers and Jobs

Most Frequently Hiring Companies

  1. The Executive Search Group
  2. Michael Page US
  3. JPMorgan Chase
  4. New York Sports Club
  5. Mount Sinai Health System
  6. Columbia University
  7. Morgan Stanley
  8. Northwell Health
  9. NHRC Nassau
  10. St. Francis Hospital, The Heart Center

Job Listings increased as high as a 900% increase from June 2010 to January 2011 alone. Listings increased to over 120,000 during Autumn 2017 as well.

Best highest Demand Jobs

  1. Project Managers
  2. Business and Finance Analysts
  3. Administrative and Executive Assistants
  4. Registered Nurse (RNs)
  5. Java Developers
  6. Medical Assistants, Physician Assistants
  7. Pharmacy Technicians
  8. Physical Therapists
  9. Account Executives and Managers
  10. Health and Medical Technologists

Gold Coast Mansions and Other Sights

DeSeversky Mansion
DeSeversky Mansion

© 2011 Patty Inglish

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      Emma 7 years ago from Houston TX

      Great hub,thanks for sharing this .

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      wsupaul88 7 years ago from Seattle, WA

      I really enjoyed reading your Hub. As a soon to be graduating college senior it is good to know that the job market is bouncing back from where it was. There are a ton of opportunities out there from what I can tell and I'm excited to begin the job hunt! Thanks again for the great read!

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      Jeremey 7 years ago from Arizona

      Makes me consider heading back to NY. Seems to be more stability there than behing unemployed in Arizona! Thanks for an informative piece.

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      Genna East 7 years ago from Massachusetts, USA

      One of the best informative hubs I've read in a long time. I plan to forward this on to a couple of friends. Thank you!

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      Kelly Umphenour 7 years ago from St. Louis, MO

      Great info - thank you! I heard a couple of years ago about the stock market hitting bottom. I started investing then. I have heard through the real estate vine somehow that a couple of years ago there were more million dollar houses sold than there were people that reported earning that much in that year. Hmmm?...

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      Patty Inglish 7 years ago from USA. Member of Asgardia, the first space nation, since October 2016

      I wonder what utilities for one month in one of those mansions tallies in $ for a February? I'm guessing the average owner has several autos as well, and high priced furnishings. Altogether, I think I'd like to see the range stats on those averages and get more of a feel of the picture - I think we have some billionaires in this village - and Jennifer Lopez and Marc Antony, I believe; actors' net worth can fluctuate a lot. I also wonder of investment portfolios took a hit in 2007-2008, lowering net worth on average. Thanks for raising the "multiples" angle, Earth Angel!

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      Earth Angel 7 years ago

      Good Morning Dearest Patty,

      GREAT Hub, as always!

      One of your statistics for Brookville, NY above caught my eye: 'BusiessWeek reported an average income for residents in 2008 of $328,404 and average net worth of over $1.6 Million.'

      When looking at wealth factors I am facinated by the 'multiples' and $1,600,000/$328,404 is quite low. (4.9) That kind of income, managed correctly, should easily produce a net worth far in excess of $1.6 million.

      Low 'multiples' often point to 'living beyond means' which happens in affluent as well as marginal areas.

      It also points to potential future instability in a luxury submarket; one to three mansions lost in foreclosure can affect an entire neighborhood for years.

      The 'low multiple' may also be influenced by the collapse in real estate values, since a large chunk of anyone's net worth can be in the value of their real estate holdings.

      In California the prices of prime real estate have plummeted 30% with an across-the-board devaluation of 40% (more in subprime areas). This certainly puts a ding in the assets column of a financial statement.

      I look to areas with a 10-multiple - even a 7-multiple in this economy is pretty sound.

      Facinating information to look at; thank you so much for sharing!

      Blessings always, EarthAngel

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      Patty Inglish 7 years ago from USA. Member of Asgardia, the first space nation, since October 2016

      I sure hope the materials help. Glad you can use them for relocation. Thanks for reading!

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      Fay Paxton 7 years ago

      Another excellent reference. I email all your articles to my unemployed friends. I think I'm through with the work scene, but I am thinking of relocating. This will come in handy.

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