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Coming back from a cash shortage in the 1970s New York City makes s way to being a popular and well-known city all around the United States and even in the world Visitors from all over come in to see what the city has to show for itself New York is now announced to be the most populated city in the United States with having over 82 million people located there Only having 20 of the people in New York being actually born there it is also known as one of the most diverse cities in the world A city that never sleeps at night has millions of people that keep up with having one of the most entertaining and most visited cities in North America but keeping up with having such a popular tourist spot may have its challengesAccording to Jazz Hostels a hotel reservation site for tourists explains that New Yorks population is 36 of people who are not from the United States but are from all over the world It has been said that a lot of tourists that come to view the beautiful city night make some type of effort in their life to become a resident of the populous and busy location Michael Bloomberg New Yorks mayor referenced that in 2005 tourism rates were at their ultimate high with having a total hotel percentage rates flowing over 90 percent just in the month of June for that year They want to push the cities history and show tourists that while they are enjoying their stay Promoting New Yorks history and availability to tour the area will bring in 35 million for the city to use to support their historical sites and keep them well together so everyone gets that shocking experience of the past for the next 3 running years In 2011 tourism really started to pick up with having 509 million people entering the city for entertainment
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