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Indicators 2002
Introduction Overview Chapter 1: Elementary and Secondary Education Chapter 2: Higher Education in Science and Engineering Chapter 3: Science and Engineering Workforce Chapter 4: U.S. and International Research and Development: Funds and Alliances Chapter 5: Academic Research and Development Chapter 6: Industry, Technology, and the Global Marketplace Chapter 7: Science and Technology: Public Attitudes and Public Understanding Chapter 8: Significance of Information Technology Appendix Tables
Chapter Contents:
Highlights
Introduction
Profile of the U.S. S&E Workforce
Labor Market Conditions for Recent S&E Degree-Holders
Age and Retirement
Projected Demand for S&E Workers
The Global S&E Workforce and the United States
Conclusion and Summary
Selected Bibliography
 
Sidebars
Appendix Tables
List of Figures
Presentation Slides

Science and Engineering Workforce

Selected Bibliography

Finn, M. 2001. Stay Rates of Foreign Doctorate Recipients From U.S. Universities,1999. Oak Ridge, TN: Institute for Science and Engineering.

Fox, M.F., and P.E. Stephan. 1996. "Careers in Science: Preferences, Prospects, Realities." Presentation at a conference on Science Careers, Gender Equity, and the Changing Economy, co-sponsored by the Commission on Professionals in Science and Technology and Radcliffe Public Policy Institute, October 1996.

Fuess, S.M. 2001. "Highly Skilled Workers and Japan: Is There International Mobility?". Workshop Paper, Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA), Bonn, March.

Jeager, D. 1997. "Reconciling the Old and New Census Bureau Education Questions: Recommendations for Researchers." Journal of Business and Economic Statistics 15 (4/July): 300–309.

Maxfield, B., N. Ahearn, and A. Spisak. 1976. Employment Status of Ph.D. Scientists and Engineers 1973 and 1975. Washington, DC: Commission on Human Resources, National Academy of Sciences.

National Academy of Sciences. 2001. Building a Workforce for the Information Economy. Washington, DC.

National Science Board. 1998. Science and Engineering Indicators – 1998. NSB-98-1. Arlington, VA.

National Science Foundation, Division of Science Resources Studies. (NSF/SRS). 1990. Science and Engineering Personnel: A National Overview. NSF 90-310. Washington, DC: National Science Foundation.

———. 1993. Scientists and Engineers Statistical Data System (SESTAT).

———. 1995a. Immigrant Scientists, Engineers, and Technicians: 1991-92. Detailed Statistical Tables. NSF 95-310. Arlington, VA: National Science Foundation.

———. 1995b. Nonacademic Scientists and Engineers: Trends From the 1980 and 1990 Censuses. NSF 95-306. Arlington, VA: National Science Foundation.

———. 1995c. Scientists and Engineers Statistical Data System (SESTAT).

———. 1996. Women, Minorities, and Persons with Disabilities in Science and Engineering: 1996. NSF 96-311. Arlington, VA: National Science Foundation.

———. 1997a. Characteristics of Doctoral Scientists and Engineers in the United States: 1995. Detailed Statistical Tables. NSF 97-319. Arlington, VA: National Science Foundation.

———. 1997b. Scientists and Engineers Statistical Data System (SESTAT).

———. 1997c. "What’s Happening in the Labor Market for Recent Science and Engineering Ph.D. Recipients?" Issue Brief. NSF 97-321. Arlington, VA: National Science Foundation.

———. 1997d. Who is Unemployed? Factors Affecting Unemployment among Individuals with Doctoral Degrees in Science and Engineering. NSF 97-336. Arlington, VA: National Science Foundation.

———. 1999a. Characteristics of Scientists and Engineers in the United States: 1997. Arlington, VA. Available from http://srsstats.sbe.nsf.gov/preformatted-tables/1997/DST1997.html.

———. 1999b. "Counting the S&E Workforce—It’s Not That Easy." Issue Brief. NSF 99-344. Arlington, VA: National Science Foundation.

———. 1999c. Scientists and Engineers Statistical Data System (SESTAT).

———. 1999d. SESTAT: A Tool for Studying Scientists and Engineers in the United States (NSF 99-337). Arlington, VA: National Science Foundation.

———. 1999e. SESTAT and NIOEM: Two Federal Databases Provide Complementary Information on the Science and Technology Labor Force. Topical Report. NSF 99-349. Arlington, VA: National Science Foundation.

———. 1999f. Women, Minorities, and Persons with Disabilities in Science and Engineering: 1998 (NSF 99-338). Arlington, VA: National Science Foundation.

———. 2000. Science and Engineering Indicators 2000. Arlington, VA: National Science Foundation.

———. Forthcoming(a). Characteristics of Doctoral Scientists and Engineers in the United States: 1999. Detailed Statistical Tables. Arlington, VA: National Science Foundation.

———. Forthcoming(b). Characteristics of Recent Science and Engineering Graduates: 1999. Detailed Statistical Tables. Arlington, VA: National Science Foundation.

———. Forthcoming(c). Characteristics of Scientists and Engineers in the United States: 1999. Arlington, VA. Available from http://sestat.nsf.gov/.

U.S. Census Bureau, Population Estimates for the U.S., by Sex, Race, and Hispanic Origin 1990-1999. Available from <<http://www.census.gov/population/www/estimates/nation3.html>>

U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Unemployed persons by occupation and sex. Available from <<http://www.bls.gov/cps/cpsaat25.pdf>>


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