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Comparison of the National Science Foundation's Scientists and Engineers Statistical Data System (SESTAT) with the Bureau of Labor Statistics' Current Population Survey (CPS)

Appendix B. SESTAT and CPS Variables Used

 

Appendix B includes seven tables. Table B-1Excel table. lists the value codes prior to recoding of variables used to create derived variables for this report, including both CPS and SESTAT variables. Table B-2Excel table. describes the derived variables created for this report, including both CPS and SESTAT variables. Tables B-3Excel table. to B-5Excel table. give unweighted frequencies for SESTAT and CPS variables used to create the derived variables for the report. Table B-3Excel table. shows frequencies of the 1997 SESTAT sample employed in S&E occupations; Tables B-4Excel table. and B-5Excel table. show frequencies for the April 1997 CPS sample of persons 75 or younger with a bachelor's or higher degree who are employed in S&E and non-S&E occupations. Tables B-6Excel table. and B-7Excel table. show frequencies for the April 1997 CPS sample of persons 75 or younger with an associate's degree or high school diploma who are employed in S&E and non-S&E occupations.

Appendix B Tables Excel PDF
B-1 SESTAT and CPS variables and value codes: 1997 view Excel. view PDF.
B-2 SESTAT and CPS derived variables used to create tables: 1997 view Excel. view PDF.
B-3 Frequency of SESTAT variables before recoding, unweighted sample counts of individuals in S&E occupations: 1997 view Excel. view PDF.
B-4 Frequencies of CPS variables before recoding for individuals 75 years or younger, with a bachelor's or higher degree, and employed, by variable and occupation: 1997 (April) view Excel. view PDF.
B-5 Frequencies of CPS occupation codes before recoding for individuals 75 years or younger, with a bachelor's or higher degree, and employed: 1997 (April) view Excel. view PDF.
B-6

Frequencies of CPS variables before recoding for individuals 75 years or younger, with high school diploma or associate's degree, and employed, by variable and occupation: 1997 (April)

view Excel. view PDF.
B-7 Frequencies of CPS occupation codes before recoding for individuals 75 years or younger, with high school diploma or associate's degree, and employed: 1997 (April) view Excel. view PDF.








 
Comparison of the National Science Foundation's Scientists and Engineers Statistical Data System (SESTAT) with the Bureau of Labor Statistics' Current Population Survey (CPS)
Working Paper | SRS 07-205 | August 2007