The U.S. Department of Labor has released data showing the most and least qualified workers on a company’s payroll, with the top five firms, which have at least one “qualified” employee, holding more than two-thirds of the stock.
The data, which covers payrolls from April 1, 2016 to May 30, 2017, showed the top 5 firms accounted for 47 percent of the top 10 employers with more than 1,000 employees.
The top 5 were: Pfizer, UnitedHealthcare, United Health Group, United Technologies, and Allergan.
The data also showed the five companies with the largest share of “qualified workers” accounted for over half of all shares in those top five.
In fact, the top ten firms had over 2,500 employees.
The data showed that more than one-third of the stocks in the top 500 companies with more “qualified employees” had at least $1.5 billion in net assets and were owned by at least 1,500 people.
The top five were: UnitedHealth Group, Pfizer (NASDAQ: PFE), United Technologies (NYSE: UTX), Allerga (NYSE.
N: ALK), and Pfizer.
UnitedHealth Group and Pfiz have a combined market cap of $15.8 billion, and have more than 2,700 employees.
UnitedHealth has been working on a new healthcare platform that will allow doctors to provide more personalized care and has invested heavily in new technology to help deliver better care.
While Pfizer and UnitedHealth have seen big gains in their stock prices over the past year, Pfiz and United Technologies have seen their shares fall sharply over the last 12 months.
United has had the largest drop in the S&P 500.
Pfiz has lost almost 25 percent of its value.
Pfizer has seen its share price fall by about 30 percent in the past 12 months, and the company is expected to report a loss of $4.9 billion for the year.
Shares of UnitedHealthGroup and Pfizers fell by about 25 percent each in the last two years.
United and Pfisers are the two largest U.K. healthcare companies.
Pfizer has been valued at more than $40 billion, while United has been worth just under $11 billion.