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Projecting Academic Demand
A Retrospective View
Demographic Factors Affecting College Enrollment
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academic employment academic labor market actual adjustments age distribution alternative approximately assumed average baccalaureate birthrate Cartter Census Chapter Clark Kerr college enrollments college teachers colleges and universities column decade decline degree degree-credit enrollment demand doctorate holders doctorate recipients Doctorate Records File doctorates awarded estimated F projections first-year enrollments first-year graduate enrollments ﬂow four-year colleges FTE enrollment full-time faculty graduate education graduate school graduate students graduation rate high school graduates higher education increase incremental ratio indicated job market junior faculty manpower market conditions market responses ment National Research Council National Science Foundation NCES nonacademic nondegree Number Percent Number Office of Education outﬂow part-time percentage period Ph.D predicted programs proportion reﬂect relative salaries reported research and development retirement rate rise sciences sectors senior Series F Seymour Martin Lipset soURCE student-faculty ratios supply supply and demand Table teaching tenure tion trends two-year colleges U.S. Office undergraduate enrollment veterans women