Manpower resources in the biological sciences: a study conducted jointly by the National Science Foundation and the U. S. Dept. of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics
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1951 All levels age group agricultural sciences agricultural scientists animal sciences Appendix Table bachelor's degrees biological fields biological sciences biophysicists biophysics branches of biology Bureau of Labor CD CD CM CM rH CM H college degree colleges and universities degree Master's degree degree No college earnings education of biological employed employer of biological field of employment field of highest fields of biology Function performed government agencies graduate students H CM LABOR STATISTICS largest group less advanced academic level of education Manpower Resources median age Median and quartile median income Medical degree Master's microbiology military status National Science Foundation National Scientific Register number of scientists o o o o o o o o o O'OOZ ooo ooo percent Pharmacology Phytopathology plant sciences private industry quartile incomes reporting level respondents rH CM rH H rH rH rH source of employment surveyed scientists tists type of employer women biological scientists women scientists