At last count, about 16.7 percent of America's employed workforce was made up of immigrants — a total of about 25 million people — according to the U.S. Department of Labor.
Where were these millions of people most and least likely to work? The Department of Labor has collected those stats too. Here's a breakdown, ranked from the occupations immigrants are least likely to hold, to those jobs they are most likely to occupy.
In 2015, 1.4 percent of foreign-born workers were entertainers, artists and members of the media. Think actors, designers, athletes (like the Boston Red Sox's David Ortiz, seen here) and news reporters.