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Snapshots: Percentage of college-educated U.S. citizens and immigrants

About one-third of Americans and immigrants age 25 and older have at least a bachelor’s degree.

55% negotiated pay on their latest job offer

Today’s job seekers are confident in their bargaining power, suggests new research from global staffing firm Robert Half.

Snapshot: U.S. has the most college-educated immigrants

Thirty-six percent of America’s foreign-born residents age 25 and older have at least a college degree.

Millennials are the best-educated generation

Almost four in 10 millennials between age 25 and 37 have at least a bachelor’s degree.

Women, minorities make up more of Fortune 500 boards

Women and minorities occupy an all-time high of 34% of board seats among Fortune 500 companies, up from 30.8% in 2016, a new study finds.

Sports clichés at work: Who’s the champion?

It’s a slam dunk that you’ve heard plenty of sports clichés used in business interactions.

Snapshot: Contingent workforce in 2020

How much of the workforce is made up of contingent workers?

More hiring in 2019, fewer worries about economy

Nearly 55% of companies plan to hire in the coming year, according to a survey conducted by Challenger, Gray & Christmas, Inc. That’s compared to just over 46% of companies who reported they would hire in 2018.

Snapshot: Who earns what in HR?

Benefits managers have the highest median income among HR occupations tracked by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Snapshot: Percentage of 18- to 21-year-olds in the workforce

Today’s post-millennials are less likely to have started working than previous generations were at the same age.