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Speech Language Pathology: NYC Demographics/Languages

Links to databses and guidance on how to do research.

Language Demographics

NYC Demographics


NYC Population FactFinder  (How to use)

 American Community Survey 

Community District Profiles (NYC City Planning) 

Community Health Profiles (Interactive Tool) 

Furman Center NYU NYC Housing Data & Research 

Mayor's Management Report 

NYC Budget 

NYC Vital Signs 

NYS Kids Well Being Indicators

NYC Open Data  makes public data generated by various New York City agencies and other City organizations available for public use. 

NYC Data   by the Weissman Center for International Business at Baruch College/CUNY, NYC Data is a search engine that provides local data on a variety of topics

NYC Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC)   The Economic Research and Analysis, Industry Economic Sectors, and Borough & Local Economies.

New York State Department of Labor  Labor Statistics section is the premier source of labor market information in the state

New York State Community Health Indicator Reports (CHIRS)  provides data for over 300 health indicators, organized by 15 health topic and data tables with links to trend graphs and maps.

Annie E. Casey Foundation's Kids Count Data Center- NYC data  track the well-being of children in the United States. 

New York City Administration for Children’s Services (ACS)


Using NYC Dept of City Planning

Map of Languages Most Commonly Spoken in Brooklyn

Please note:

“Mixed Indic Languages” includes to Nepali, Marathi, Konkani and other Indic languages

“African Languages” include Amharic, Somali, Chaldean Neo-Aramaic, Tigrinya, and other Afro-Asiatic languages; Akan (incl. Twi), Igbo (Ibo), Wolof, Yoruba, and other languages of Western Africa; and Ganda, Kinyarwanda, Lingala, Swahili, and other languages of Central, Eastern, and Southern Africa. 

The ACS recategorized these in 2016, but published data does not yet reflect the updates.