There are an estimated 17,553,000 foreign workers in the United States.
Not surprisingly, the largest percentage are Mexicans. But what you might not know is that most foreign-born doctors are from the Indian sub-continent and nurses are from the Philippines. Or that almost 13 percent of workers born in Vietnam are employed in the beauty industry, while most Middle Easterners are in sales-related occupations.
Check out these and other immigration-occupation stats in this New York Times' interactive graphic.