Fast Facts for Public Relations Specialists in New York
Salaries for Public Relations Specialists in New York
Schools for Public Relations Specialists in New York are listed below.
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|School Name||Campus||Highest Award||Enrolled|
|Adelphi University||Garden City||Doctorate||8,308|
|Adirondack Community College||Queensbury||Associate||3,408|
|CUNY Bernard M Baruch College||New York||Masters||16,097|
|CUNY City College||New York||Masters||14,392|
|CUNY College of Staten Island||Staten Island||Doctorate||12,517|
|CUNY Graduate School and University Center||New York||Doctorate||5,468|
|CUNY Medgar Evers College||Brooklyn||Bachelor||5,550|
|Cayuga County Community College||Auburn||Associate||4,050|
|College of Mount Saint Vincent||Bronx||Masters||1,810|
|Columbia University in the City of New York||New York||Doctorate & First Professional||22,655|
|Cornell University||Ithaca||Doctorate & First Professional||19,800|
|Dutchess Community College||Poughkeepsie||Associate||8,248|
|Erie Community College||Buffalo||Associate||13,053|
|Farmingdale State College||Farmingdale||Bachelor||6,447|
|Finger Lakes Community College||Canandaigua||Associate||5,351|
|Fordham University||Bronx||Doctorate & First Professional||14,448|
|Fulton-Montgomery Community College||Johnstown||Associate||2,235|
|Genesee Community College||Batavia||Associate||6,472|
|Hudson Valley Community College||Troy||Associate||12,296|
|Iona College||New Rochelle||Masters||4,323|
|Jamestown Community College||Jamestown||Associate||3,361|
|Keuka College||Keuka Park||Masters||1,629|
|Le Moyne College||Syracuse||Masters||3,508|
|Long Island University-Brooklyn Campus||Brooklyn||Doctorate & First Professional||8,174|
|Long Island University-C W Post Campus||Brookville||Doctorate||8,361|
|Long Island University-Riverhead||Riverhead||Masters||215|
|Marymount Manhattan College||New York||Bachelor||1,895|
|Mercy College||Dobbs Ferry||Doctorate||8,628|
|Metropolitan College of New York||New York||Masters||989|
|Molloy College||Rockville Centre||Masters||3,831|
|Monroe Community College||Rochester||Associate||17,482|
|Mount Saint Mary College||Newburgh||Masters||2,588|
|Nassau Community College||Garden City||Associate||21,483|
|New York Institute of Technology-Old Westbury||Old Westbury||Doctorate & First Professional||8,481|
|New York University||New York||Doctorate & First Professional||41,783|
|Niagara County Community College||Sanborn||Associate||6,331|
|Niagara University||Niagara University||Masters||4,116|
|Nyack College||Nyack||Masters & First Professional||3,250|
|Onondaga Community College||Syracuse||Associate||10,637|
|Pace University-New York||New York||Doctorate & First Professional||12,912|
|Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute||Troy||Doctorate||6,566|
|Roberts Wesleyan College||Rochester||Masters||1,871|
|Rochester Institute of Technology||Rochester||Doctorate||14,849|
|Rockland Community College||Suffern||Associate||6,653|
|Russell Sage College||Troy||Bachelor||682|
|SUNY College at Brockport||Brockport||Masters||8,303|
|SUNY College at Buffalo||Buffalo||Masters||10,993|
|SUNY College at Cortland||Cortland||Masters||7,056|
|SUNY College at New Paltz||New Paltz||Masters||7,690|
|SUNY College at Old Westbury||Old Westbury||Masters||3,565|
|SUNY College at Oswego||Oswego||Masters||8,660|
|SUNY College at Plattsburgh||Plattsburgh||Masters||6,259|
|SUNY College of Agriculture and Technology at Cobleskill||Cobleskill||Bachelor||2,592|
|SUNY Empire State College||Saratoga Springs||Masters||12,914|
|SUNY Institute of Technology at Utica-Rome||Utica||Masters||2,828|
|SUNY Westchester Community College||Valhalla||Associate||12,073|
|SUNY at Fredonia||Fredonia||Masters||5,450|
|SUNY at Geneseo||Geneseo||Masters||5,548|
|Sage College of Albany||Albany||Doctorate||1,987|
|Saint John Fisher College||Rochester||Doctorate||3,793|
|Saint Thomas Aquinas College||Sparkill||Masters||2,238|
|Skidmore College||Saratoga Springs||Masters||2,863|
|St. Francis College||Brooklyn Heights||Masters||2,321|
|St. John's University-New York||Queens||Doctorate||20,096|
|Suffolk County Community College||Selden||Associate||22,092|
|Sullivan County Community College||Loch Sheldrake||Associate||1,611|
|Syracuse University||Syracuse||Doctorate & First Professional||19,084|
|Teachers College at Columbia University||New York||Doctorate||4,996|
|The College of New Rochelle||New Rochelle||Masters||6,226|
|The New School||New York||Doctorate||9,659|
|Tompkins-Cortland Community College||Dryden||Associate||3,213|
|Ulster County Community College||Stone Ridge||Associate||3,298|
|University at Buffalo||Buffalo||Doctorate & First Professional||28,054|
The map below shows job statistics for the career type by metro area, for New York. A table below the map shows job popularity and salaries across the state.
Listed below are metro areas ranked by the popularity of jobs for Public Relations Specialists relative to the population of the city, as of 2008. Salary data was obtained from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
A Relative Popularity of 1.0 means that the city has an average number of the particular job, for its population, compared to the rest of the US. Higher numbers mean proportionally more jobs of that type.
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