The barkers, a small department store in New Jersey, has a store in every borough except Manhattan, according to a new study by the New York City Economic Development Corporation.
The Barkers is not the only department store to suffer from this trend.
In the past three years, New York’s two biggest department stores, Kohl’s and Target, have also lost nearly two-thirds of their retail stores, according the analysis.
The trend was particularly pronounced in Manhattan, where the Barkers has been in decline for nearly a decade.
The decline is especially dramatic in the retail department, where there is now only one Barkers in the borough of Queens.
“The problem is the amount of cash being sold to customers is so low that people are not getting value for their dollar,” said John Ziegler, who has studied the decline of department stores in the United States for more than 30 years.
This trend is driven by the increasing amount of online shopping, he said.
People are buying things like apparel and shoes on Amazon or Etsy, where most items are cheaper than at a department store.
This means people are buying less of a product, and are therefore less willing to pay for it.
But the biggest culprit is the online shopping.
It’s not that people don’t shop at the store; they do.
They just do it online.
It also has nothing to do with the fact that department stores are located in densely populated areas, Ziegling said.
“It’s the result of people moving to the Internet, not necessarily the lack of it,” he said, adding that people also don’t buy online at stores that close at midnight.
A lack of cash in department stores is an important factor, according.
In a study published in January in the journal JAMA Internal Medicine, researchers found that a lack of retail cash can have an effect on the sales of goods at department stores.
The study compared the sales at retail stores and department stores and found that department store sales were worse than stores that had no cash at all.
In the Bronx, which is the only borough with a department shop, there was no difference between the retail and department store prices for a large group of goods, the study found.
“The Bronx has one of the highest percentages of households with an income of less than $75,000,” the study said.
Other areas that have experienced a significant decrease in department store cash sales include the Bronx and Brooklyn, where they are both located in the Bronx.
Brooklyn, which has been a borough for over 100 years, is the poorest in New York state, according in-depth data from the state Department of Health.
It has the highest poverty rate in the state, at 25 percent, and is also the most segregated, with more than two-fifths of residents living in poverty.
A large chunk of the population is black, and many residents live in poverty, said Zieglers co-author Jennifer G. Rafferty, a professor of sociology at the University of New York at Buffalo.
When the Bronx is in the grip of a cash shortage, it is often the Bronx residents who suffer most, the report said.
The Bronx has the largest percentage of black residents in the city, with about 14 percent, the researchers found.
The borough has the third highest rate of unemployment, with 6.4 percent.
About 16 percent of residents are living in housing units that have a vacancy rate of more than 25 percent.
People are buying more clothing, electronics, electronics accessories and other non-retail goods, which tend to be cheaper and more accessible online.
This is particularly true for people in the lower income bracket, which are less likely to have access to credit.
New York’s department stores have been struggling to attract and retain staff, as well as keep up with growing online shopping habits, said Gail K. Givens, director of the New America Foundation’s Center for Economic and Policy Research.
The department store’s problems are a result of a changing industry, where online sales are increasing and people are moving online, she said.
But, according with research conducted by Ziegelman and his co-authors, there are a number of ways department stores can improve their ability to attract, retain and engage employees.