A comparison of U.S. and Soviet professional manpower, Volume 4
Central Intelligence Agency, Office of Research and Reports, 1963 - Biography & Autobiography - 47 pages
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2-year teachers institutes Appendix armed forces Business and Commerce Cartography Census CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY civilian economy Civilian Labor Force College Graduates Employed college-graduate manpower comparison construction deposits Geology Derivation of Estimates Economics and organization Electrical employed as engineers employed graduates employment engineering graduates employed engineering manpower estimates in column Estimates of College excluding Field of Study geodesy graduates who majored health fields health specialists higher educational Home Economics Humanities and arts industry Economics language and literature library science Living Graduates majored in engineering male college graduates managerial and administrative managerial occupations managers Metallurgy million multicategory number of college number of employed number of engineering number of graduates number of persons percent persons employed physical sciences polygraphic Population and Labor production Technology relate reported Russian language shown in Table Slavic Languages social sciences sources and methodology specialties stomatologists tekhnikum total number trained transportation Economics Type I estimates Unadjusted USSR vuzes