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Americans' personal finance situation, which racial group produces the most college graduates and more

of executives and senior managers go onlinebefore leaving for work, compared to
who read newspapers.

of Americans of Asian or Pacific Islanddescent, age 25 and older, have a bachelor's degree. That'sthe highest proportion of any racial group in the UnitedStates.
SOURCE: U.S. CensusBureau

7 in10
Americans believe they are good to excellent atmanaging their money and are satisfied with their personalfinancial situation.

Sales of DVD recorders in Europe, Japan andthe United States are expected to jump
in 2004.
SOURCE: StrategyAnalytics

of U.S. job seekers say they've recentlyturned down job offers because they weren't offered enoughmoney.
SOURCE: Beta ResearchCorp.

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