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The Workforce Numbers

February 17, 2000
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A number of things you may not have known about work and life.

Percentage of her life Hillary Clinton has lived in New York:

3/10 of one percent


Countries traveled to by Workforce global HR writer Charlene Solomon


Number of foodservice employees among the Three Men in a Tub:


Billions of dollars by which President Clinton increased taxes in 1993:


Number of additional tax increases President Clinton proposed in his Discretionary Spending Offsets Act for Fiscal Year 2000:


Percent by which Clinton reduced the welfare rolls:


Percent of jobs created during Clinton administration that are private sector:


Dollars you would make in one day in 1913 if your boss was Henry Ford:


Age of British man who held up a school headmaster on January 13, 2000, with a fake plastic gun:


Age of Derrick Seaver, candidate for the Ohio senate, when he was interviewed by in January 2000:


Number of the 50 states in which the gap between the richest 20% and the poorest 20% of families is wider than it was 20 years ago:


Percentage of Americans in 2001 who will be non-Hispanic and White:


Percentage of Ivy League students that Pat Buchanan says should be Christian and European Americans:


Colors of hair, combined, worn by Shaquille O'Neal and Charles Barkley on an average day at work:


Colors of hair worn by Dennis Rodman on an average day at work:


NBA championship rings, combined, belonging to Shaquille O'Neal and Charles Barkley:


NBA championship rings belonging to Dennis Rodman:


Hours after childbirth insurers must cover your hospital stay:


Hours after C-section insurers must cover your hospital stay:


Percentage of News Poll respondents who say their office most closely resembles the TV show ER:


Percentage of News Poll respondents who say their office most closely resembles the TV show Ally McBeal:


Rank of the word "Plastics" in the most-quoted lines from the movie The Graduate:


Words Lloyd Dobbler, hero of the 1989 hit movie Say Anything, used when responding to the question, "What do you plan to do for a living?":


Female U.S. Attorneys-General before Janet Reno:


Female U.S. Secretaries of State before Madeleine Albright:


Approximate number of visitors to from the country of Mauritius on one randomly-chosen day:


Approximate number of visitors to from the Slovak Republic on one randomly-chosen day:


Thousands of dollars spent to purchase Babe Ruth:


Millions of dollars spent to purchase Los Angeles Dodger pitcher Kevin Brown:


Years Jerry Springer spent as Cincinnati City Councilman and Mayor:


Emmies won by Jerry Springer as a political reporter:


Personalities belonging to one former guest of the Jerry Springer show:


Number of times the word "online" appears in a 1996 Scrabble® Dictionary:


Current value of Ebay's stock, in billions of dollars:


Percentage decrease in the value of Rite Aid's Stock, 1999:


Millions of dollars to be spent over the Internet on prescription drugs this year:


Pages of Workforce magazine which Drew Carey reportedly skips each month in preparation for his show:


Notes: Hillary C. born 10/26/47 and moved to Chapaqua 1/6/00…Her husband's welfare and job-creation stats are from… Charlene's been to England, Wales, France, Belgium, The Netherlands, Spain, Italy, Israel, Cyprus, Korea, Hong Kong, Singapore, Indonesia, Korea, Canada, Mexico, the Bajamas, Japan (where she lived for two years), the United States and Jamaica. ...Income gap information from the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities and the Economic Policy Institute…Population figures from the U.S. Census Population Projections Program…Buchanan's suggestion to limit the number of non-white Christians at top colleges made in his 11/28/99 New York Post column…Henry Ford info from 12/27/98 Detroit News…Plastic gun story from Reuters…Online drug info from The Industry Standard and Forrester…The Graduate info from; the most-quoted line is 'Are you trying to seduce me, Mrs. Robinson?' …The Butcher, Baker and Candlestick maker were in the Three Men in the Tub poem…Drew Carey's staff tells us he reads the publication cover to cover…Dobbler's speech is as follows: "A career? I've thought about this quite a bit sir and I would have to say considering what's waiting out there for me, I don't want to sell anything, buy anything or process anything as a career. I don't want to sell anything bought or processed or buy anything sold or processed or repair anything sold, bought or processed as a career. I don't want to do that. My father's in the army. He wants me to join, but I can't work for that corporation, so what I've been doing lately is kick-boxing, which is a new far as career longevity, I don't really know. I can't figure it all out tonight, sir, so I'm just gonna hang with your daughter."

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