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Contents

General Notes

Data Tables

Appendix A. Technical Notes

Appendix B. Standard Error Tables

Appendix C. Survey Questionnaire

Appendix D. Codes Used in Major Degree, Occupation, and Sampling Field

Suggested Citation, Acknowledgments

Errata


Kelly Kang,
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Appendix D. Codes Used in Major Degree, Occupation, and Sampling Field

 
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D-1 Crosswalk of SESTAT education codes and major field of study reported in the data tables. Major field of study is derived from the field of sampled degree reported by the survey respondents and classified into the SESTAT education codes. view Excel. view PDF.
D-2 Crosswalk of SESTAT occupation codes and occupations reported in the data tables. Occupation is derived from respondent's principal job held during the survey reference week of 1 April 2006 (or last job held, if not employed during the reference week) and classified into the SESTAT occupation codes. view Excel. view PDF.
D-3 Crosswalk of SESTAT education codes and corresponding Curriculum of Instructional Program (CIP) codes included in the 21 NSRCG-eligible sampling field groups. view Excel. view PDF.
 
Characteristics of Recent Science and Engineering Graduates: 2006
Detailed Statistical Tables | NSF 10-318 | August 2010

Notes:

For the 2006 and 2008 Characteristics of Recent Science and Engineering Graduates, several science and engineering (S&E)-related occupations were incorrectly classified as non-S&E occupations. Tables 1−6, 35, 36, 53, and 54 and their corresponding standard error tables (tables B-1−B-6, B-35, B-36, B-53, and B-54) have been replaced with corrected versions.