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Summary of Factors Methods
Doctorate Scientist and Engineer Utilization
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1972 labor force 1985 S/E doctorate add to totals assumptions attrition bachelor's degrees Chart difference in 1985 different NSF studies doctorate degree doctorate employment doctorate labor force doctorate scientists doctorate supply economic Emigration Engineering Doctorate Enrichment rate faculty field of degree filled by doctorates graduate school entrants higher education increase lmmigration ln thousands market factors matics sciences sciences million National Research Council National Science Foundation neering Mathe neering matics sciences Nonacademic R&D nonacademic research nondoctorates number of students Office of Education Percent distribution Physical Engi Physical sciences Engi Probable Model projections Probable Utilization Model projection period projections of science/engineering R&D expenditures Replacement2 S/E activities S/E doctorate utilization S/E utilization science and engineering sciences neering matics sciences Social sciences scientists and engineers Source Static Model Static Utilization Model Student/faculty ratios supply and utilization torates Total Academic total number Total S/E employment U.S. Economy U.S. Government Printing undergraduate utilization projections