D-1

 

Potential Workforce of U.S.-Trained Ph.D. Graduates in Three Major Fields, by Employment Status and Sex, 2001,

 

124

D-2

 

Medical School Faculty by Major Field and Degree and Number and Percent Having Had an R01 Grant, 2000,

 

128

D-3

 

Potential Workforce of Foreign-Trained Ph.D.s in Three Major Fields, by Employment Status, 2001: Medium and High Estimates,

 

131

D-4

 

Regressions for Total Ph.D. Graduates by Major Field and Sex,

 

133

D-5

 

Proportion of Temporary Residents Among Graduates and Proportion of Each Group Intending to Stay in the U.S.: Means for 1997–2001,

 

134

D-6

 

Initial Employment Status and Status Two-Years Later: Percentages Based on All Cases In Each Field by Sex, Pooled 1993–2001 Data,

 

136

D-7

 

Projected Ph.D. Graduates in Three Major Fields by Sex: Medium, High, and Low Scenarios,

 

137

D-8

 

Projected Inflow of Foreign-Trained Ph.D.s by Major Field: Medium, High, and Low Scenarios,

 

138

D-9

 

Projected Workforce and Employed Researchers by Field, Three Main Scenarios, 2001–2011,

 

140

D-10

 

Projected Annual Growth Rates and Inflow and Outflow Rates (%) for the Potential Workforce by Major Field, Medium Scenario, 2001–2011,

 

141

D-11

 

Projected Workforce Not Active in Scientific Research by Major Field, Medium Scenario, 2001–2011,

 

142

D-12

 

Projected U.S.-Trained and Foreign-Trained Workforce and Employed Researchers by Field, Medium Scenario, 2001–2011,

 

146

D-13

 

Percent Foreign Trained, in Alternative Scenarios, Projected 2011 Total Workforce, and Comparisons of Total to Medium Scenario, by Field,

 

147

D-14

 

Linear Regressions for Trend in Employment in Various Sectors,

 

148

D-15

 

Positions by Sector and Increases From 2001 to 2011 in Alternative Projections, by Major Field,

 

149

D-16

 

Projected and Actual Growth Rates (%) for Various Occupational Groups,

 

149

D-17

 

Excess or Deficit of U.S.-Trained Researchers in Relation to Various Projections of Research Positions,

 

150

D-18

 

Projected U.S.-Trained Postdoctorates and Positions for U.S.-Trained Postdoctorates by Field, Alternative Scenarios, 2001–2011,

 

154

E-1

 

Characteristics of Doctorates in the Biomedical Sciences, 1970–2003,

 

158

E-2

 

Employment Characteristics of Biomedical Doctorates from U.S. Institutions, 1973–2001,

 

160

E-3

 

Characteristics of Doctorates in the Behavioral and Social Sciences, 1970–2003,

 

162

E-4

 

Employment Characteristics of Behavioral and Social Sciences Doctorates from U.S. Institutions, 1973–2001,

 

164

E-5

 

Characteristics of Doctorates in the Clinical Sciences, 1970–2003,

 

166

E-6

 

Employment Characteristics of Clinical Sciences Doctorates from U.S. Institutions, 1973–2001,

 

168

BOXES

1-1

 

National Research Act of 1974 (P.L. 93-348),

 

11

D-1

 

How Accurate Were Previous Projections?,

 

122

Table D-A

 

Comparison of Projected with Reported 2001 Workforce in Biomedical Research,

 

122

Figure D-A

 

Reported biomedical graduates and high, medium, and low projections from 1995, by sex,

 

123



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