The most populated city in New Jersey is Newark. The city is situated about 8 miles to the west of lower Manhattan. The capital of Essex County and the most populous city in the U.S. state of New Jersey, Newark is also a component of the New York metropolitan area. As of the 2020 United States Census, the city had a population of 311,549 ranking it as the 62nd most populous municipality in the country. According to the 2010 census, the population of median age was 32.3 years with 25.6% of people under the age of 18 and 8.6% over the age of 65. It is a significant air, shipping, and rail center for the country. After Newark, Jersey City has the second highest population in the American state of New Jersey. It serves as both the county capital and a major city. The city had 292,449 residents as of the 2020 United States Census. The Hudson River and Upper New York Bay are to the east of Jersey City which is a part of the New York metropolitan area and the Hackensack River and Newark Bay are to the west. With 30.7 miles of shoreline, significant rail links and a port of entry, the city serves as a distribution and manufacturing hub for the Port of New York and New Jersey as well as a major transportation endpoint. The major city and county seat of Passaic County is Paterson. With 159,732 inhabitants as of the 2020 US Census, it was the third most populous city in New Jersey. Due to its prominent position in the manufacture of silk throughout the second half of the 19th century, Paterson is referred to as the Silk City.

Pharmaceuticals and life sciences, financial services, advanced manufacturing, information technology, and transportation and logistics are the main economic sectors in New Jersey. New Jersey is home to 16 Fortune 500 firms. According to the employment trend in New Jersey, the life sciences industry is expanding. Pharmaceuticals are 43.8%, biotechnology research, and development 40.9%, and medical device manufacturing 15.3% make up the majority of the life sciences workforce in New Jersey. With 221,990 workers in 2018, the financial services sector represented 6.3% of all private sector employment in New Jersey and made $33.3 billion in economic contributions to the state. The majority of the state’s advanced manufacturing is in the chemical industry. More than 245,000 people are employed in the manufacturing sector which also provides the state economy with at least $37 billion. Innovative businesses and cutting-edge industries including the technology sector are concentrated in New Jersey. It provides over 5.2% of the private sector jobs, employs over 183,352 people, and generates $24.5 billion in compensation. The average yearly salary for people employed in the technology sector was roughly $133,942. Information technology 22% and professional and technical services 78% make up the majority of New Jersey’s technology sector. Although the transportation, logistics, and distribution cluster total earnings made up 12.9% of all private sector wages in New Jersey in 2019. They still made up more than $66.9 billion of the state GSP. It was the sixth-highest monetary contributor per state nationally as a result. New Jersey’s medical professionals and researchers are setting the standard for healthcare. The state has more than 460,000 employees and approximately 21,800 healthcare facilities. The industry supports the economy annually to the tune of $37 billion offers a huge selection of product packaging solutions for businesses ranging from large-scale to small start-ups. We are well-versed in designing and providing packaging products using precise printing methods.

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