Aerospace, Aeronautical, and Astronautical Engineering
Postsecondary teachers, engineering
Health occupations, except postsecondary teachers and managers
Postsecondary teachers, health and related sciences
S&E managers, including health
S&E precollege teachers
S&E technicians and technologists
Other S&E-related occupations
Non-S&E postsecondary teachers
Non-S&E precollege/other teachers
Social service–related occupations
Other non-S&E occupations
Codes used in data tables: * = suppressed when population estimate < 25. D = suppressed to avoid disclosure of confidential information. na = not applicable. S = suppressed for reliability; coefficient of variation exceeds publication standards.
S&E = science and engineering; SE = standard error.
a From 1999 to 2008, data for Industrial engineers were mislabeled as “Materials/metallurgical engineers.” For all years, data in this category have included only industrial engineers. For all years, data on Materials/metallurgical engineers have been included only in Other engineers.
NOTES: Labor force is defined as those employed (E) plus those unemployed and seeking work (U). Unemployment rate (UR) = U/(E+U). Residence location is based on reported living location on 1 February 2017.
SOURCE: National Science Foundation, National Center for Science and Engineering Statistics, Survey of Doctorate Recipients, 2015.