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National Science Foundation (U.S.), National Science Foundation (U.S.). Division of Scientific Personnel and Education
National Science Foundation; for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off., 1959 - Biography & Autobiography
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1954-55 Employment field Agricultural sciences appendix table astronomy B.—Number bachelor's degree biological sciences Chemical engineering Chemistry and chemical D.—Number of employed degree or less degrees Doctor's degrees description of types Developmental psychology doctorate Earth sciences educa educational institutions employed scientists field and specialty field exploration food chemistry full description fundamental mathematics Geography Geology and geophysics Includes Inspec level of education M.D. degree master's degree Mathematical logic median salary Medical sciences ment or adminis Meteorology National Register nonscientific specialties Number Percent Number Number Percent Total—all Numerical analysis Organic chemistry Percent Number Percent persons not reporting Physical chemistry Physics and astronomy Phytopathology Private indus private industry psychology questionnaire Register of Scientific report level reporting salary sales and service scientific and nonscientific Scientific and Technical scientific specialties scientists employed societies specify in Item Table D.—Number TECHNICAL NOTES Technical Personnel Technical sales Theoretical physics tion Total—all levels type of employer Type of function