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New Jersey and New York - The Hubs of Art and Entertainment!



New Jersey and New York are infamous states enriched with the best arts and entertainment sectors. Whether you visit these states or live there, the arts and entertainment culture will keep you uplifted.

You will never get bored of the culture and uniqueness of New York and New Jersey’s hustle and bustle provides. Let’s see what you can explore here:

Arts and Entertainment in New York and New Jersey
New York and New Jersey are two great places to stimulate your creativity. According to Americans for the Arts (a non-profit group), the arts and culture enterprises propel more than $166 billion in economic activities throughout the USA annually.

This huge spur (every year) also opens more than 4.5 million jobs for creative minds. Art museums in New Jersey attract art lovers worldwide to explore the distinct collections, enriching art programs, and unique exhibitions held by the state.

The artwork in these museums contains pieces from every nationality, celebrating and enjoying worldwide cultures. One of the best museums is Trenton’s New Jersey State Museum and Planetarium.

The museum’s architecture is a breathtaking 4-in-1 facility that houses ethnology and archaeology, fine arts, cultural history, and natural history. The planetarium contains high-tech Full Dome video visitors will enjoy while witnessing zooming through our solar system.

In 2019, more than sixty-seven million tourists visited New York, resulting in a whopping $70 billion surge in economic activity. And in 2020, this division accumulated almost $127 billion in revenue.

The arts and entertainment section also opened more than 93,000 jobs at almost 6300 establishments. Also, the average pay of these jobs was $79,300, with almost $7.5 billion in total wages. These promising numbers have increased in 2022 to accommodate the citizens of New York even more.

Why are These States’ Arts and Entertainment Sectors so Famous?

1. Playing Online Poker
We are all aware of online poker's success over the years - especially during the Pandemic-19. Playtech released an analysis report that shows that the online gambling industry will be worth more than $565 billion by the end of 2025.

Online poker has played a major part in this huge development, with more than $100 billion in revenue over the years. Online poker is very successful in New Jersey among art students. If you want to play online poker, check out these New Jersey online poker sites.

While we know playing poker in a traditional casino can be fun, it doesn’t offer perks to every player. A traditional casino only houses a limited number of seats for poker players. If you want to play, you will have to wait hours for your turn.

But New Jersey has turned the tables upside down by legalizing online poker. This means you can play all your favorite poker variants (Texas Hold’em, 5 cards, Omaha, etc.) on an online poker site.

A player must create an account on this online poker site and verify themselves to start playing poker games. Some top-tier poker sites also offer video poker and live poker to up the thrill of the game.

This simple online card game is free of biases as the software is based on RNGs (Random Number Generators). So, the results are totally random. Do utilize the bonuses the online poker sites will offer. The chances of winning with these bonuses are more than just simple rounds of online poker.

2. Creativity Blooms in These Two States
New York is the central state for the “collision of ideas” that brings forth all the creativity. For instance, according to sources, more than 800 languages are spoken in New York City alone. This defines how culturally welcoming the city is, with places and people of all races contributing to educating others about their background and heritage.

The same is true for New Jersey, which gives way to out-of-the-box thinking and creative input. No matter where you go, every block and place will speak a story of its own. So, visit both of these states if you want your creativity to bloom.

3. New York is the Ultimate Business Capital
Like Dubai, New York has a reputation for being a center for global businesses. The city attracts worldwide brands for business purposes, including big names like Nike, Adidas, Gucci, St. Louis Vitton, and Fenty Beauty.

So many brands have taken a start from New York City and made huge names for themselves. The city is also known for its famous evolution of advertising, resulting in the most popular and crucial marketing and branding campaigns ever.

So, New York City is the best option if you are looking forward to opening your company and basing your HQ. Where else could you get the perfect collision of unbridled and wildly creative ideas?

4. Both the States are Cultural Centers for Culturally Curious People
For a person to be creative, they must be passionate, talented, and a highly culturally curious individual. Many creative individuals have been attracted to the environment New York City provides.

The Metropolitan Opera, the Metropolitan Museum, Broadway, and the New York City Ballet have been the highest level of artistic disciplines that contributed to attracting these creative people.

You won’t find this unmatched diversity anywhere. This doesn’t mean that New Jersey can’t be a close second. The state is also famous for housing unbelievably talented and creative people working hard to bring their dreams to life.

Conclusion
New Jersey and New York City are the two protagonists for your creative journey. The creative inspiration and space these states offer have been an undeniable push in the right direction for residents.

From people representing their creative voice in the form of arts and enjoying life through entertainment in New Jersey and New York City, everyone is driven by the same magical creative mojo.

So, whether you visit these states to make a career or just for entertainment, you will not be disappointed by the unlimited access to arts, culture, and forms of entertainment provided to residents there.










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