We now have Quarter 3 H1B visa FY 2022 data and Quarter 3 PERM visa FY 2022 data.
New York Foreign Labor Visa Stats (All Years)
% of all Visas
As of May 2022, New York has seen a total of 637,999 visa workers across all visa types. The most common visa class in New York is the H-1B visa with 523,606 H-1B visas on record over all years accounting for 82.07% of New York's total visas.
The second most prevalent visa is the PERM visa with 61,743 PERM visas on record over all years accounting for 9.68% of New York's total visas.
New York has been in the H1B Visa program since 2011 where 33,780 employees were hired. New York peaked in 2022 with 58,384 employees, and the recent trend shows the average number of employees on an incline.
Top Countries with Workers in New York From PERM Program (All Years)
New York Wage Comparison to Other States (All Years)
The chart below compares The average wage in New York to that of the
top 9 states with the highest overall average H1-B wage.
The average wage in New York over all years is $83,789. The state with the highest average wage of H1-B workers for all
states is CA with an average wage of $100,858.