APPENDIX A
DATA TABLES



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APPENDIX A DATA TABLES

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TABLE A-1.1 Number of Employed S&E Doctorates (1960-89 graduates), by Field of Doctorate and Demographic Characteristics, 1993 Demographic Characteristics Total Biological Sciences Engineering Mathematics & Computer Sciences Physical Sciences Psychology # % # % # % # % # % # % Total 228,442 100.0 68,432 100.0 49,854 100.0 19,306 100.0 68,586 100.0 22,265 100.0 Gender Male 194,889 85.3 52,186 76.3 48,201 96.7 17,146 88.8 62,661 91.4 14,695 66.0 Female 33,553 14.7 16,246 23.7 1,653 3.3 2,159 11.2 5,925 8.6 7,570 34.0 Race/Ethnic Group White 200,015 87.6 62,150 90.8 39,016 78.3 17,126 88.7 60,941 88.9 20,782 93.3 Asian or Pacific Islander 21,085 9.2 4,034 5.9 9,434 18.9 1,519 7.9 5,788 8.4 309 1.4 African American 3,077 1.3 1,158 1.7 535 1.1 24 1 1.2 579 0.8 563 2.5 Hispanic 3,584 1.6 927 1.4 728 1.5 359 1.9 1,109 1.6 461 2.1 American Indian 682 0.3 163 0.2 140 0.3 61 0.3 169 0.2 149 0.7 Underrepresented Minorities 7,343 3.2 2,248 3.3 1,403 2.9 661 3.4 1,857 2.6 1,173 5.3 Disability Status Disabled 1,484 0.6 289 0.4 264 0.5 199 1.0 517 0.8 216 1.0 Not Disabled 226,958 99.4 68,142 99.6 49,591 99.5 19,107 99.0 68,069 99.2 22,049 99.0 NOTE: This table is limited to individuals who were U.S. citizens in 1993, working in a field closely or somewhat related to their Ph.D. field. Disabled persons are defined as individuals who have severe difficulty seeing, hearing, walking, and/or lifting or are unable to perform these tasks. The underrepresented minorities include African Americans, Hispanics, and American Indians. Source: 1993 Survey of Doctorate Recipients

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TABLE A-1.2 Number of Employed Physical Science Doctorates (1960-89 graduates), by Field of Doctorate and Demographic Characteristics, 1993 Demographic Characteristics Total Astronomy Atmospheric Sci & Meteorology Chemistry Geological & Related Sci Physics Miscellaneous Physical Sci # % # % # % # % # % # % # % Total 68,586 100.0 1,970 100.0 1,360 100.0 35,644 100.0 6,668 100.0 20,151 100.0 2,793 100.0 Gender Male 62,661 91.4 1,807 91.7 1,330 97.8 31,648 88.8 6,086 91.3 19,339 96.0 2,451 87.8 Female 5,925 8.6 163 8.3 30 2.2 3,996 11.2 582 8.7 812 4.0 342 12.2 Race/Ethnic Group White 60,941 88.9 1,812 92.0 1,243 91.4 31,143 87.4 6,301 94.5 17,780 88.2 2,662 95.3 Asian or Pacific Islander 5,788 8.4 136 6.9 97 7.1 3,312 9.3 244 3.7 1,890 9.4 109 3.9 African American 580 0.9 10 0.5 3 0.2 417 1.2 27 0.4 123 V 0 0.0 Hispanic 1,109 1.6 9 0.5 5 0.4 655 1.8 94 1.4 331 1.6 15 0.5 American Indian 169 0.2 3 0.2 12 0.9 117 0.3 2 0.0 27 0.1 8 0.3 Underrepresented Minorities 1,858 2.7 22 1.2 20 1.5 1,189 3.3 123 1.8 481 2.3 23 0.8 Disability Disabled 516 0.8 0 0.0 0 0.0 277 0.8 54 0.8 144 0.7 41 1.5 Not Disabled 68,069 99.2 1,970 100.0 1,360 100.0 35,366 99.2 6,614 99.2 20,007 99.3 2,752 98.5 NOTE: This table is limited to individuals who were U.S. citizens in 1993, working in a field closely or somewhat related to their Ph.D. field. Disabled persons are defined as individuals who have severe difficulty seeing, hearing, walking, and/or lifting or are unable to perform these tasks. The underrepresented minorities include African Americans, Hispanics, and American Indians. Source: 1993 Survey of Doctorate Recipients

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TABLE A-1.3 Number of Employed S&E Doctorates (1960-89 graduates), by Year of Doctorate and Demographic Characteristics, 1993 Demographic Characteristics Total 1960-64 1965-69 1970-74 1975-79 1980-84 1985-89 # % # % # % # % # % # % # % Total 228,442 100.0 13,669 100.0 37,365 100.0 47,840 100.0 42,949 100.0 42,561 100.0 44,057 100.0 Gender Male 194,889 85.3 13,023 95.3 34,897 93.4 43,136 90.2 36,532 85.1 34,249 80.5 33,052 75.0 Female 33,553 14.7 646 4.7 2,469 6.6 4,704 9.8 6,417 14.9 8,313 19.5 11,005 25.0 Race/Ethnic Group White 200,015 87.6 12,790 93.6 33,502 89.7 41,649 87.1 36,530 85.1 36,672 86.2 38,872 88.2 Asian or Pacific Islander 21,085 9.2 757 5.5 2,971 8.0 4,579 9.6 4,796 11.2 4,476 10.5 3,505 8.0 African American 3,077 1.3 54 0.4 280 0.7 616 1.3 863 2.0 607 1.4 657 1.5 Hispanic 3,584 1.6 51 0.4 476 1.3 812 1.7 635 1.5 640 1.5 968 2.2 American Indian 682 0.3 16 0.1 136 0.4 184 0.4 126 0.3 166 0.4 55 0.1 Underrepresented Minorities 7,343 3.2 121 0.9 892 2.4 1,612 3.4 1,624 3.8 1,413 3.3 1,680 3.8 Disability Disabled 1,484 0.6 181 1.3 336 0.9 311 0.7 190 0.4 295 0.7 170 0.4 Not Disabled 226,958 99.4 13,488 98.7 37,029 99.1 47,529 99.3 42,759 99.6 42,267 99.3 43,887 99.6 NOTE: This table is limited to individuals who were U.S. citizens in 1993, working in a field closely or somewhat related to their Ph.D. field. Disabled persons are defined as individuals who have severe difficulty seeing, hearing, walking, and/or lifting or are unable to perform these tasks. The underrepresented minorities include African Americans, Hispanics, and American Indians. Source: 1993 Survey of Doctorate Recipients

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TABLE A-1.4 Number of Employed S&E Doctorates (1960-89 graduates), by Year of College Entrance Demographic Characteristics Total Before 1950 1950-59 1960-69 1970-79 1980-89 # % # % # % # % # % # % Total 228,442 100.0 19,220 100.0 60,741 100.0 89,891 100.0 57,686 100.0 905 100.0 Gender Male 194,889 85.3 16,236 84.5 56,094 92.3 76,672 85.3 45,304 78.5 582 64.3 Female 33,553 14.7 2,984 15.5 4,646 7.6 13,219 14.7 12,382 21.5 323 35.7 Race/Ethnic Group White 200,015 87.6 16,682 86.8 53,119 87.5 78,112 86.9 51,292 88.9 811 89.6 Asian or Pacific Islander 21,085 9.2 1,737 9.0 6,066 10.0 8,681 9.7 4,523 7.8 77 8.5 African American 3,077 1. 3 393 2.0 581 1.0 1,458 1. 6 637 1. 1 8 0.9 Hispanic 3,584 1. 6 324 1.7 775 1.3 1,370 1.5 1,105 1.9 10 1.1 American Indian 682 0.3 84 0.4 199 0.3 270 0.3 128 0.2 0 0.0 Underrepresented Minorities 7,343 3.2 801 4.1 1,555 2.6 3,098 3.4 1,870 3.2 18 2.0 Disability Status Disabled 1,485 0.6 196 1.0 609 1.0 432 0.5 248 0.4 0 0.0 Not Disabled 226,958 99.4 19,025 99.0 60,132 99.0 89,459 99.5 57,438 99.6 905 100.0 NOTE: This table is limited to individuals who were U.S. citizens in 1993, working in a field closely or somewhat related to their Ph.D. field. Disabled persons are defined as individuals who have severe difficulty seeing, hearing, walking, and/or lifting or are unable to perform these tasks. The underrepresented minorities include African Americans, Hispanics, and American Indians. Source: 1993 Survey of Doctorate Recipients

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TABLE A-1.5 Number of Underrepresented S&E Doctorates (1960-89 graduates), by Field of Doctorate, Sector of Employment, and Carnegie Classification, 1993 Sector of Employment Total Biological Sciences Engineering Mathematics & Computer Sciences Physical Sciences Psychology # % # % # % # % # % # % Total 40,385 100.0 17,945 100.0 3,200 100.0 2,918 100.0 7,982 100.0 8,340 100.0 Sector Univ. & 4-yr. colleges 20,325 50.3 10,591 59.0 1,166 36.4 1,854 63.5 3,143 39.4 3,572 42.8 Other educational inst. 1,814 4.5 657 3.7 36 1.1 156 5.3 384 4.8 581 7.0 Private-for-profit 10,093 25.0 3,401 19.0 1,483 46.3 619 21.2 3,274 41.0 1,316 15.8 Self-employed 2,064 5.1 347 1.9 77 2.4 46 1.6 173 2.2 1,421 17.0 Private not-for-profit 1,988 4.9 1,005 5.6 74 2.3 80 2.7 248 3.1 581 7.0 Federal government 3,047 7.5 1,556 8.7 324 10.1 129 4.4 683 8.6 354 4.2 State and local govt. 1,029 2.5 363 2.0 40 1.3 34 1.2 78 1.0 515 6.2 Other 24 0.2 24 0.1 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 Carnegie Classification of Academic Institutions* Research universities 9,366 46. 1 5,670 53.5 521 44.7 582 31.4 1,249 39.7 1,346 37.7 Doctorate-granting univ. 1,867 9.2 800 7.6 161 13.8 237 12.8 326 10.4 343 9.6 Comprehensive 4,105 20.2 1,473 13.9 250 21.4 611 33.0 767 24.4 1,005 28.1 Liberal arts 2,043 10.1 773 7.3 62 5.3 274 14.8 430 13.7 505 14.1 Medical & health schools 1,895 9.3 1,540 14.5 9 0.8 22 1.2 76 2.4 247 6.9 Other institutions 1,048 5.2 336 3.2 163 14.0 128 6.9 295 9.4 126 3.5 NOTE: This table is limited to individuals who were U.S. citizens in 1993, working in a field closely or somewhat related to their Ph.D. field. The under-represented group is comprised of women, African Americans; Hispanics, American Indians, and disabled persons drawn from the categories in Table A-1.1, eliminating duplications. * Includes individuals employed by universities and four-year colleges only. SOURCE: 1993 Survey of Doctorate Recipients

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TABLE A-1.6 Number of Underrepresented S&E Doctorates (1960-89 graduates) Employed in Academia, by Field of Doctorate and Academic Rank, 1993 Faculty Rank Total Biological Sciences Engineering Mathematics & Computer Sciences Physical Sciences Psychology # % # % # % # % # % # % Total 21,500 100.0 11,025 100.0 1,199 100.0 1,989 100.0 3,421 100.0 3,867 100.0 Full professor 5,392 25.1 2,171 19.7 338 28.2 772 38.8 979 28.6 1,133 29.3 Associate professor 5,629 26.2 2,708 24.6 343 28.6 681 34.2 840 24.6 1,057 27.3 Assistant professor 5,063 23.5 2,940 26.7 314 26.2 275 13.8 743 21.7 791 20.5 Instructor/lecturer 1,100 5.1 568 5.2 32 2.7 117 5.9 206 6.0 177 4.6 Adjunct faculty 657 3.1 354 3.2 56 4.7 43 2.2 62 1.8 142 3.7 Other 133 0.6 53 0.5 0 0.0 15 0.8 31 0.9 34 0.9 Not applicable 3,526 16.4 2,232 20.2 115 9.6 86 4.3 560 16.4 533 13.8 NOTE: This table is limited to individuals who were U.S. citizens in 1993, working in a field closely or somewhat related to their Ph.D. field. The under-represented group is comprised of women, African Americans, Hispanics, American Indians, and disabled persons drawn from the categories in Table A-1.1, eliminating duplications. SOURCE: 1993 Survey of Doctorate Recipients

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TABLE A-1.7 Number of Underrepresented S&E Doctorates (1960-89 graduates), by Field of Doctorate and Supervision Responsibilities, 1993 Supervisory Duties Total Biological Sciences Engineering Mathematics & Computer Sciences Physical Sciences Psychology # % # % # % # % # % # % Total 40,385 100.0 17,945 100.0 3,200 100.0 2,918 100.0 7,982 100.0 8,340 100.0 Supervises hers 25,323 62.7 12,718 70.9 2,002 62.6 1,132 38.8 4,708 59.0 4,763 57.1 Does not supervise 15,062 37.3 5,228 29.1 1,198 37.4 1,785 61.2 3,274 41.0 3,577 42.9 NOTE: This table is limited to individuals who were U.S. citizens in 1993, working in a field closely or somewhat related to their Ph.D. field. The under-represented group is comprised of women, African Americans, Hispanics, American Indians, and disabled persons drawn from categories in Table A- 1.1, eliminating duplications. SOURCE: 1993 Survey of Doctorate Recipients

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TABLE A-1.8 Number of Underrepresented S&E Doctorates (1960-89 graduates), by Field of Doctorate and R&D Status, 1993 Engaged in R&D? Total Biological Sciences Engineering Mathematics & Computer Sciences Physical Sciences Psychology # % # % # % # % # % # % Total 40,385 100.0 17,945 100.0 3,200 100.0 2,918 100.0 7,982 100.0 8,340 100.0 Conducting R&D 31,997 7 9.2 14,685 81.8 2,809 87.8 2,264 77.6 6,527 81.8 5,712 68.5 Not conducting R&D 8,387 20.8 3,260 18.2 390 12.2 654 22.4 1,455 18.2 2,628 31.5 NOTE: This table is limited to individuals who were U.S. citizens in 1993, working in a field closely or somewhat related to their Ph.D. field. The under-represented group is comprised of women, African Americans, Hispanics, American Indians, and disabled persons drawn from the categories in Table A-1.1, eliminating duplications. Individuals conducting R&D spend 10 percent or more of their time engaged in research or development in a typical week. SOURCE: 1993 Survey of Doctorate Recipients

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TABLE A-2.1 Number of Employed Engineers with Master's in Engineering (1960-89 graduates), by Field of Degree and Demographic Characteristics, 1993 Demographic Characteristics Total Electrical & Computer Sys Mechanical & Industrial Civil & Architectural Chemical Other # % # % # % # % # % # % Total 288,281 100.0 90,068 100.0 81,766 100.0 55,074 100.0 23,746 100.0 37,627 100.0 Gender Male 270,416 93.8 86,201 95.7 77,868 95.2 50,575 91.8 21,088 88.8 34,684 92.2 Female 17,865 6.2 3,867 4.3 3,898 4.8 4,499 8.2 2,658 11.2 2,943 7.8 Race/Ethnic Group White 245,638 85.2 75,846 84.2 69,378 84.8 45,909 83.4 19,810 83.4 34,696 92.2 Asian or Pacific Islander 36,465 12.6 11,648 12.9 10,574 12.9 8,514 15.5 3,259 13.7 2,472 6.6 African American 4,071 1.4 1,751 1.9 1,222 1.5 483 0.9 333 1.4 281 0.7 Hispanic 1,063 0.4 561 0.6 224 0.3 169 0.3 109 0.5 0 0.0 American Indian 532 0.2 146 0.2 151 0.2 0 0.0 235 1.0 0 0.0 Unknown 512 0.2 116 0.1 217 0.3 0 0.0 0 0.0 179 0.5 Underrepresented Minorities 5,666 2.0 2,458 2.7 1,597 2.0 652 1.2 677 2.9 281 0.7 Disability Status Disabled 1,292 0.4 188 0.2 293 0.4 474 0.9 54 0.2 283 0.8 Not Disabled 286,989 99.6 89,880 99.8 81,472 99.6 54,600 99.1 23,692 99.8 37,344 99.2 NOTE: This table is limited to individuals who were U.S. citizens in 1993, working in a field closely or somewhat related to their Ph.D. field. Disabled persons are defined as individuals who have severe difficulty seeing, heating, walking, and/or lifting or are unable to perform these tasks. The underrepresented minorities include African Americans, Hispanics, and American Indians. Source: 1993 National Survey of College Graduates

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TABLE A-2.2 Number of Employed Engineers with Master's in Engineering (1960-89 graduates), by Year of Graduation and Demographic Characteristics, 1993 Demographic Characteristics Total 1960-64 1965-69 1970-74 1975-79 1980-84 1985-89 # % # % # % # % # % # % # % Total 288,281 100.0 17,756 100.0 36,230 100.0 49,997 100.0 54,742 100.0 60,693 100.0 68,863 100.0 Gender Male 270,416 93.8 17,389 97.9 36,009 99.4 49,178 98.4 53,024 96.9 54,639 90.0 60,177 87.4 Female 17,865 6.2 366 2.1 221 0.6 819 1.6 1,718 3.1 6,054 10.0 8,686 12.6 Race/Ethnic Group White 245,638 85.2 15,573 87.7 31,893 88.0 42,569 85.1 45,705 83.5 49,549 81.6 60,348 87.6 Asian or Pacific Islander 36,465 12.6 1,969 11.1 4,169 11.5 6,848 13.7 7,951 14.5 9,355 15.4 6,173 9.0 African American 4,071 1.4 162 0.9 0 0.0 456 0.9 854 1.6 1,319 2.2 1,280 1.9 Hispanic 1,063 0.4 0 0.0 110 0.3 67 0.1 232 0.4 312 0.5 342 0.5 American Indian 532 0.2 52 0.3 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 99 0.2 381 0.6 Unknown 512 0.2 0 0.0 57 0.2 57 0. 1 0 0.0 59 0. 1 339 0.5 Underrepresented Minorities 5,666 2.0 214 1.2 110 0.3 523 1.0 1,086 2.0 1,730 2.9 2,003 3.0 Disability Disabled 1,292 0.4 254 1.4 121 0.3 135 0.3 285 0.5 187 0.3 310 0.5 Not Disabled 286,989 99.6 17,502 98.6 36,109 99.7 49,863 99.7 54,457 99.5 60,506 99.7 68,553 99.5 NOTE: This table is limited to individuals who were U.S. citizens in 1993, working in a field closely or somewhat related to their Ph.D. field. Disabled persons are defined as individuals who have severe difficulty seeing, hearing, walking, and/or lifting or are unable to perform these tasks. The underrepresented minorities include African Americans, Hispanics, and American Indians. SOURCE: 1993 National Survey of College Graduates

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TABLE A-5.4 ONR S&E Work Force by Field of Employment, Grade, and Gender Grade/Gender Total Biological Sciences Engineering Mathematics & Computer Sciences Physical Sciences Cognitive Sciences # % # % # % # % # % # % Total 150 100.0 10 100.0 50 100.0 15 100.0 67 100.0 8 100.0 Male 134 89.3 7 70.0 45 90.0 10 66.7 65 97.0 7 87.5 Female 16 10.7 3 30.0 5 10.0 5 33.3 2 3.0 1 12.5 GS 13 8 100.0 1 100.0 4 100.0 2 100.0 1 100.0 0 0.0 Male 3 37.5 1 100.0 1 25.0 0 0.0 1 100.0 0 0.0 Female 5 62.5 0 0.0 3 75.0 2 100.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 GS 14 28 100.0 0 0.0 8 100.0 2 100.0 16 100.0 2 100.0 Male 25 89.3 0 0.0 6 75.0 2 100.0 15 93.8 2 100.0 Female 3 10.7 0 0.0 2 25.0 0 0.0 1 6.3 0 0.0 GS 15 91 100.0 7 100.0 34 100.0 8 100.0 39 100.0 3 100.0 Male 83 91.2 4 57.1 34 100.0 5 62.5 38 97.4 2 66.7 Female 8 8.8 3 42.9 0 0.0 3 37.5 1 2.6 1 33.3 SrExec 23 100.0 2 100.0 4 100.0 3 100.0 11 100.0 3 100.0 NOTE: Field of employment is derived from the federal codes established for science and engineering occupations by the Office of Personnel Management, as follows: Biological Sciences (series 04xx), Engineering (Series 08xx), Mathematics and Computer Sciences (Series 15xx), Physical Sciences (Series 13xx), and Cognitive Sciences (Series 0180). Source: Human Resources Office, Office of Naval Research, 1996

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TABLE A-5.5 ONR Start Date by Grade and Gender Grade/Gender Total 1965-79 1980-84 1985-89 1990-95 # % # % # % # % # % Total 150 100.0 10 100.0 32 100.0 52 100.0 56 100.0 Male 134 89.3 10 100.0 30 93.8 51 98.1 43 76.8 Female 16 10.7 0 0.0 2 6.3 1 1.9 13 23.2 GS 13 8 100.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 1 100.0 7 100.0 Male 3 37.5 0 0.0 0 0.0 1 100.0 2 28.6 Female 5 62.5 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 5 71.4 GS 14 28 100.0 2 100.0 1 100.0 8 100.0 17 100.0 Male 25 89.3 2 100.0 1 100.0 8 100.0 14 82.4 Female 3 10.7 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 3 17.6 GS 15 91 100.0 5 100.0 21 100.0 40 100.0 25 100.0 Male 83 91.2 5 100.0 19 90.5 39 97.5 20 80.0 Female 8 8.8 0 0.0 2 9.5 1 2.5 5 207.0 SrExec 23 100.0 3 100.0 10 100.0 3 100.0 7 100.0   Source: Human Resources Office, Office of Naval Research, 1996

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TABLE A-5.6 Target Grade for GS 13 and GS 14 ONR S&E Employees by Gender Gender Total Target GS 13 Target GS 14 Target GS 15 # % # % # % # % Total 36 100.0 3 100.0 15 100.0 18 100.0 Male 28 77.8 1 33.3 11 73.3 16 88.9 Female 8 22.2 2 66.7 4 26.7 2 11.1   Source: Human Resources Office, Office of Naval Research, 1996

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TABLE A-5.7 Median Salaries of the ONR S&E Program Officers by Grade and Gender ONR Grade/Number Male Program Officers Female Program Officers Total Median Salary 90,640 83,475 Number of Individuals 111 16 GS 13 Median Salary 59,917 59,917 Number of Individuals 3 5 GS 14 Median Salary 76,012 74,969 Number of Individuals 25 3 GS 15 Median Salary 94,053 94,104 Number of Individuals 83 8   Source: Human Resources Office, Office of Naval Research, 1996

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TABLE A-5.8 ONR S&E Work Force by the Most Recent and Second Most Recent Previous Employer Previous Employer Total Male Program Officers Female Program Officers SrExec # % # % # % # % Total 150 100.0 111 100.0 16 100.0 23 100.0 Most recent previous employer Academia 15 10.0 12 10.8 1 6.3 2 8.7 Industry 17 11.3 11 9.9 2 12.5 4 17.4 Navy 91 60.7 67 60.4 8 50.0 16 69.6 Other federal 27 18.0 21 18,9 5 31.3 1 4.3 Second most recent previous employer Academia 27 18.0 20 18.0 3 18.8 4 17.4 Industry 20 13.3 14 12.6 3 18.8 3 13.0 Navy 59 39.3 46 41.4 3 18.8 10 43.5 Other federal 44 29.3 31 27.9 7 43.8 6 26.1   Source: Human Resources Office, Office of Naval Research, 1996

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TABLE A-5.9 ONR Employee Separations (1988-95) by Year, Gender, Race, and Grade Category Total 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 Total 87 14 7 9 9 11 7 20 10 Gender Male 82 14 6 8 9 10 7 19 9 Female 5 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 Race White 833 13 7 8 8 11 7 20 9 Asian American 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 African American 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 Grade GS 13 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 GS 14 20 4 0 0 5 1 2 3 1 GS 15 46 6 5 4 3 7 3 10 8 SrExec 19 4 2 1 1 2 2 6 1   Source: Human Resources Office, Office of Naval Research, 1996

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TABLE A-5.10 ONR Most Recent Hires (1994-95) by Gender, Field of Employment, Grade at Hire, Most Recent and Second Most Recent Previous Employer Characteristics Total Male Female # % # % # % Total 18 100.0 11 100.0 7 100.0 Field of employment Biological Sciences 1 5.6 1 9.1 0 0.0 Engineering 6 33.3 4 36.4 2 28.6 Mathematics and Computer Sciences 6 33.3 3 27.3 3 42.9 Physical Sciences 5 27.8 3 27.3 2 28.6 Grade at hire GS 13 6 33.3 2 18.2 4 57.1 GS 14 6 33.3 5 45.5 1 14.3 GS 15 5 27.8 3 27.3 2 28.6 SrExec 1 5.6 1 9.1 0 0.0 Most recent previous employer Industry 1 5.6 1 9.1 0 0.0 Navy 11 61.1 6 54.5 5 71.4 Other federal 6 33.3 4 36.4 2 28.6 Second most recent previous employer Academia 2 11.1 1 9.1 1 14.3 Industry 3 16.7 1 9.1 2 28.6 Navy 7 38.9 6 54.5 1 14.3 Other federal 6 33.3 3 27.3 3 42.9 NOTE: Field of employment is derived from the federal codes established for science and engineering occupations by the Office of Personnel Management, as follows: Biological Sciences (series 04xx), Engineering (Series 08xx), Mathematics and Computer Sciences (Series 15xx), and Physical Sciences (Series 13xx). Source: Human Resources Office, Office of Naval Research, 1996

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TABLE A-6.1 NRL S&E Employees by Field of Employment and Demographic Characteristics Demographic Characteristics Total Biological Sciences Engineering Mathematics & Computer Sciences Physical Sciences Cognitive Sciences   # % # % # % # % # % # % Total 1,677 100.0 8 100.0 631 100.0 144 100.0 885 100.0 9 100.0 Male 1,507 89.9 6 75.0 581 92.1 108 75.0 807 91.2 5 55.6 Female 170 10.1 2 25.0 50 7.9 36 25.0 78 8.8 4 44.4 Race/Ethnic Group White 1,491 88.9 7 87.5 540 85.6 133 92.4 802 90.6 9 100.0 Asian or Pacific Islander 142 8.5 1 12.5 71 11.3 5 3.5 65 7.3 0 0.0 African American 22 1.3 0 0.0 11 1.7 5 3.5 6 0.7 0 0.0 Hispanic 16 1.0 0 0.0 6 1.0 1 0.7 9 1.0 0 0.0 American Indian 6 0.3 0 0.0 3 0.5 0 0.0 3 0.3 0 0.0 Underrepresented Minorities 44 2.6 0 0.0 20 3.2 6 4.2 18 2.0 0 0.0 Disability Status Disabled 127 7.6 2 25.0 48 7.6 9 6.3 66 7.5 2 22.2 Not Disabled 1,550 92.4 6 75.0 583 92.4 135 93.8 819 92.5 7 77.8 NOTE: Field of employment is derived from the federal codes established for science and engineering occupations by the Office of Personnel Management, as follows: Biological Sciences (series 04xx), Engineering (Series 08xx), Mathematics and Computer Sciences (Series 15xx), Physical Sciences (Series 13xx), and Cognitive Sciences (Series 0180). Disabled persons are defined as those individuals who indicated that they had a disability. Source: Naval Research Laboratory, 1996

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TABLE A-6.2 NRL S&E Employees by Field of Employment, Grade, and Gender Occupation, Status/Gender Total Biological Sciences Engineering Mathematics & Computer Sciences Physical Sciences Cognitive Sciences # % # % # % # % # % # % Total 1,677 100.0 8 100.0 631 100.0 144 100.0 885 100.0 9 100.0 Gender Male 1,507 89.9 6 75.0 581 92.1 108 75.0 807 91.2 5 55.6 Female 170 10.1 2 25.0 50 7.9 36 25.0 78 8.8 4 44.4 GS 12 477 100.0 2 100.0 227 100.0 48 100.0 166 100.0 4 100.0 Male 369 82.6 2 100.0 199 87.7 30 62.5 136 81.9 2 50.0 Female 78 17.4 0 0.0 28 12.3 18 37.5 30 18.1 2 50.0 GS 13 512 100.0 4 100.0 185 100.0 55 100.0 265 100.0 3 100.0 Male 453 88.5 2 50.0 166 89.7 42 76.4 240 90.6 3 100.0 Female 59 11.5 2 50.0 19 10.3 13 23.6 25 9.4 0 0.0 GS 14 387 100.0 2 100.0 127 100.0 29 100.0 227 100.0 2 100.0 Male 364 94.1 2 100.0 124 97.6 25 86.2 213 93.8 0 0.0 Female 23 5.9 0 0.0 3 2.4 4 13.8 14 6.2 2 100.0 GS 15 287 100.0 0 0.0 86 100.0 12 100.0 189 100.0 0 0.0 Male 281 97.9 0 0.0 86 100.0 11 91.7 184 97.4 0 0.0 Female 6 2.1 0 0.0 0 0.0 1 8.3 5 2.6 0 0.0 SrExec 44 100.0 0 0.0 6 100.0 0 0.0 38 100.0 0 0.0 Male 40 90.9 0 0.0 6 100.0 0 0.0 34 89.5 0 0.0 Female 4 9.1 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 4 10.5 0 0.0 NOTE: Field of employment is derived from the federal codes established for science and engineering occupations by the Office of Personnel Management, as follows: Biological Sciences (series 04xx), Engineering (Series 08xx), Mathematics and Computer Sciences (Series 15xx), Physical Sciences (Series 13xx), and Cognitive Sciences (Series 0180). Source: Naval Research Laboratory, 1996

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TABLE A-6.3 NRL S&E Employees by Grade and Race Grade/Race Total GS 12 GS 13 GS 14 GS 15 SrExec # % # % # % # % # % # % Total 1,677 100.0 447 100.0 512 100.0 387 100.0 287 100.0 44 100.0 Race/Ethnicity White 1,491 88.9 367 82.1 469 91.6 342 88.4 272 94.8 41 93.2 Asian 142 8.5 58 13.0 34 6.6 37 9.6 11 3.8 2 4.5 African American 22 1.3 12 2.7 6 1.2 1 0.3 2 0.7 1 2.3 Hispanic 16 1.0 8 1.8 2 0.4 5 1.3 1 0.3 0 0.0 American Indian 6 0.4 2 0.4 1 0.2 2 0.5 1 0.3 0 0.0 Underrepresented Minorities 44 2.7 22 4.9 9 1.8 8 2.1 4 1.3 1 2.3 NOTE: The underrepresented minorities include African Americans, Hispanics, and American Indians. Source: Naval Research Laboratory, 1996

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