- NEW JERSEY
With an area of 8,722,58 square miles, the state of New Jersey is ranked 47th in the nation. The state is the 11th most populous with a population of 8,938,175 as it was estimated in 2014. Its capital city is Trenton. The landmarks of the state are “Liberty State Park”, “Naval Air Station Wildwood Aviation Museum” and “Safari Off Road Adventure”.
The New Jersey’s schools were qualified as one of the top 50 US states. The state has also a University for dental and medical education, “Rutgers University” and the “Princeton University” in Princeton, which was ranked in the top US National University of 2015.
New Jersey’s gross state product, as it was estimated in 2010, was $487 billion and per capita gross state product was estimated in 2008 to be $54,699, and it was ranked 2nd in the entire nation. The state’s unemployment rate is 9 %. Per capita income was $51,358, ranking 3rd highest in the nation. New Jersey’s had the second highest number of millionaires per capita as it was estimated at 2013. The state is on the top by having one of the highest proportional levels of variation of any state in the United States, based on what it receives from the federal government to what it gives. New Jersey has one of the highest tax burdens in the nation. The cost of living in New Jersey is is a lot more expensive than the average in the United States.
Its economy is largely based on the pharmaceutical industry, financial industry, processing, electric equipment, printing, nursery stock, horses, vegetables, fruits and nuts, seafood and dairy products.