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National Science Foundation National Center for Science and Engineering Statistics
Characteristics of Recent Science and Engineering Graduates: 2006

 


Suggested Citation, Acknowledgments

 

National Science Foundation, Division of Science Resources Statistics. 2010. Characteristics of Recent Science and Engineering Graduates: 2006. Detailed Statistical Tables NSF 10-318. Arlington, VA. Available at http://www.nsf.gov/statistics/nsf10318/.


Kelly H. Kang, Division of Science Resources Statistics (SRS), National Science Foundation (NSF) and Steven Proudfoot, SRS, had joint responsibility for producing this report. Linda Bandeh, Mathematica Policy Research Inc., was project director for the graduate list collection phase of the study, and Andy Zukerberg, U.S. Census Bureau, was project director for the graduate survey data collection phase of the 2006 NSRCG. Don Jang, Mathematica Policy Research Inc., and John Finamore, U.S. Census Bureau, provided valuable statistical advice that greatly enhanced the accuracy of the estimates presented in this report.

The National Science Foundation expresses its appreciation to the recent graduates who contributed their time by responding to this survey. NSF also extends its sincere appreciation to college administrators and other college officials who contributed their time and effort to this survey; their willingness to participate in the survey greatly enhanced the quality of data in this report.

Division of Science Resources Statistics
Lynda T. Carlson
Division Director
Mary J. Frase
Deputy Director

Stephen Cohen
Chief Statistician

Emilda B. Rivers
Program Director, Human Resources Statistics Program



 
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.