The U.S. Science and Engineering Workforce: Employment and Wage Trends

Russell B. Hartley (Editor)

Series: Government Procedures and Operations
BISAC: POL024000



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Many congressional policymakers have maintained an ongoing interest in the adequacy of the number of U.S. scientists and engineers required to address the needs of U.S. employers, to spur economic growth and job creation through innovation, to maintain U.S. global technological leadership and industrial competitiveness, and to help address important national and societal needs.

This book provides employment, wage, and unemployment information for the computer occupations, mathematical occupations, engineers, life scientists, physical scientists, and S&E management occupations. It also discusses immigration of foreign nationals with science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) degrees; and STEM education. (Imprint: Novinka )


The U.S. Science and Engineering Workforce: Recent, Current, and Projected Employment, Wages, and Unemployment
(John F. Sargent Jr.)

Immigration of Foreign Nationals with Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Degrees
(Ruth Ellen Wasem)

STEM Education: Preparing for the Jobs of the Future
(Staff of Joint Economic Committee Chairman, Senator Bob Casey)


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