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Contents

General Notes

Data Tables

Technical Appendix

Acknowledgments, Suggested Citation



Steven Proudfoot,
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Characteristics of Scientists and Engineers in the United States: 2006

 


Data Tables

 

All tables  Excel & PDF .zip zip file. (4.86 MB)

Table ExcelPDF
 Labor force status
1 by degree background view Excel. view PDF.
2 by level of highest degree view Excel. view PDF.
 Occupations
 by level and field of highest degree
3 by relationship to highest degree view Excel. view PDF.
4 by occupational category view Excel. view PDF.
5 by level of highest degree view Excel. view PDF.
6 respondents with disabilities, by occupational category view Excel. view PDF.
 Selected characteristics
7 all U.S. scientists and engineers, by level and field of highest degree view Excel. view PDF.
 by employment status
8 by sex view Excel. view PDF.
9 by race/ethnicity view Excel. view PDF.
10 by age view Excel. view PDF.
11 by sex and race/ethnicity view Excel. view PDF.
 Employment
 by level and field of highest degree
12 by sex and employment sector view Excel. view PDF.
13 by employment sector and primary/secondary work activity view Excel. view PDF.
14 by sex and race/ethnicity view Excel. view PDF.
15 by geographic division of employment view Excel. view PDF.
 by level of highest degree and occupation
16 by employment sector view Excel. view PDF.
17 by citizenship status and employment sector view Excel. view PDF.
18 by age and primary/secondary work activity view Excel. view PDF.
19 by sex and years since highest degree view Excel. view PDF.
20 by race/ethnicity and years since highest degree view Excel. view PDF.
 Median annual salaries
 by level and field of highest degree
21 by sex and employment sector view Excel. view PDF.
22 by employment sector and primary/secondary work activity view Excel. view PDF.
23 by sex and race/ethnicity view Excel. view PDF.
24 by geographic division of employment view Excel. view PDF.
 by level of highest degree and occupation
25 by employment sector view Excel. view PDF.
26 by citizenship status and employment sector view Excel. view PDF.
27 by age and primary/secondary work activity view Excel. view PDF.
28 by sex and years since highest degree view Excel. view PDF.
29 by race/ethnicity and years since highest degree view Excel. view PDF.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
Characteristics of Scientists and Engineers in the United States: 2006
Detailed Statistical Tables | NSF 11-318 | September 2011