It Figures 07/03

Americans' personal finance situation, which racial group produces the most college graduates and more
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46%
of executives and senior managers go online before leaving for work, compared to
38%
who read newspapers.
SOURCE: GartnerG2

47%
of Americans of Asian or Pacific Island descent, age 25 and older, have a bachelor's degree. That's the highest proportion of any racial group in the United States.
SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau

7 in 10
Americans believe they are good to excellent at managing their money and are satisfied with their personal financial situation.
SOURCE: Bankrate.com

Sales of DVD recorders in Europe, Japan and the United States are expected to jump
276%
in 2004.
SOURCE: Strategy Analytics

55%
of U.S. job seekers say they've recently turned down job offers because they weren't offered enough money.
SOURCE: Beta Research Corp.

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