|SESTAT Detailed Statistical Tables (PDF format / XLS format where available) for Survey Years:|
|Reference Materials for SESTAT|
SESTAT: A Tool for studying Scientists and Engineers in the United States (NSF 99-337)
|Statistical Reports on the Science and Engineering (S&E) Work Force|
Reports on the Doctoral Scientists and Engineers in the U.S. Reports on the Recent S&E College Graduates in the U.S.
|NSF Reports on the S&E Workforce in the U.S.|
Science and Engineering Indicators 2004, Chapter 3 Science and Engineering Indicators 2002, Chapter 3 Women, Minorities, and Persons with Disabilities in Science and Engineering, Chapter 5. Science and Engineering State Profiles. Science and Technology Pocket Data Book.
|Short Reports on the General S&E Workforce in U.S.|
Doubling Up: A Profile of U.S. Scientists and Engineers Who Hold Second Jobs (NSF 01-332)
How Large is the Gap in Salaries of Male and Female Engineers? (NSF-99-352) SESTAT and NIOEM: Two Federal Databases Provide Complementary Information on the S&T Labor Force (NSF 99-349) Counting the S&E Workforce -- Its not that Easy (NSF 99-344) How Much Does the U.S. Rely on Immigrant Engineers? (NSF 99-327) Degrees and Occupations in Engineering: How Much Do They Diverge? (NSF 99-318) Employment of Scientists and Engineers Reaches 3.2 Million in 1995 (NSF 98-325) Women and Underrepresented Minority Sceintists and Engineers Have Lower Levels of Employment in Business and Industry NSF (96-331) More than 10.3 Million U.S. Residents Have Science or Engineering Degrees (NSF 95-340) Nonacademic Scientists and Engineers: Trends from the 1980 and 1990 Census, (NSF 95-306)
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