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Fatal work injuries totaled 91 in 2019 for New York City, an increase of 18 from the 2018 total of 73.
In 2020, the broadest measure of labor underutilization, designated U-6, was 15.1 percent in New Jersey.
Fatal work injuries totaled 74 in 2019 for New Jersey, compared to 83 fatal work injuries in the state in 2018.
From March 2020 to June 2020, gross job gains among private-sector establishments in New York were 292,303, while gross job losses were 1,980,764.
In 2020, union members accounted for 22.0 percent of wage and salary workers in New York and 16.1 percent in New Jersey, compared with 21.0 and 15.7 percent, respectively, in 2019.