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List of Figures


Figure Title
1
Science and engineering Ph.D. population, by field of doctorate, 1995.
2 Field composition of science and engineering Ph.D.s, by gender, 1995.
3 Science and engineering Ph.D.s, by field and employment status, 1995.
4
Employed science and engineering Ph.D.s, by sector of employment and field, 1995.
5 Retention in field of science and engineering Ph.D.s, by field of doctorate, 1995.
6 Employed science and engineering Ph.D.s, by primary work activity and field, 1995
7 Median annual salaries of science and engineering Ph.D.s, by field and gender, 1995.
8 Science and engineering Ph.D.s, by relationship of job to doctoral field, 1995
9 Faculty status of academically employed science and engineering Ph.D.s, by field, 1995
10 Proportion of academically employed science and engineering Ph.D.s with tenure, by time since Ph.D. and gender, 1995.
11 Proportion of science and engineering Ph.D.s having at least one postdoctoral appointment, by field, 1995.
12
Science and engineering Ph.D.s with second jobs, by field of doctorate, 1995.
13 Employment changes of science and engineering Ph.D.s, from 1993 to 1995
14 Mean number of articles published by science and engineering Ph.D.s between April 1990 and April 1995, by academic position.
15 Proportion of science and engineering Ph.D.s named as inventors on patent applications between April 1990 and April 1995, by field.
16 Proportion of science and engineering Ph.D.s conducting work or research outside the United States since earning the doctorate, by field, 1995.
17 Proportion of science and engineering Ph.D.s participating in work-related training between April 1994 and April 1995, by field.

 


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