Figure E-9 shows the projections for each of the four demographic groups for the behavioral sciences workforce for Scenario 2 in bar-graph form, and Table E-8 shows the same projections in table form.

FIGURE E-9 Breakout of behavioral sciences workforce, 2006-2016, scenario 2.

FIGURE E-9 Breakout of behavioral sciences workforce, 2006-2016, scenario 2.

SOURCE: NRC analysis.

TABLE E-8 Breakout of Behavioral Sciences Workforce, 2006-2016, Scenario 2

 

BEHAVIORAL - SCENARIO 2 DETAILS

 

US Male

US Female

Foreign Male

Foreign Female

2006

57,593

62,758

1,457

2,484

2007

58,966

65,165

1,467

2,902

2008

60,509

67,936

1,478

3,429

2009

62,242

71,135

1,489

4,092

2010

64,190

74,842

1,499

4,928

2011

66,378

79,148

1,510

5,982

2012

68,838

84,162

1,521

7,311

2013

71,602

90,014

1,532

8,988

2014

74,710

96,856

1,544

11,105

2015

78,204

104,868

1,555

13,778

2016

82,132

114,264

1,567

17,154

SOURCE: NRC analysis.



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