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  • Analysis | Reports

    Academic Research and Development

    Education, Training, and Academic R&D

    Undergraduate and graduate students and postdoctoral researchers (postdocs) are vital to the academic R&D enterprise and constitute a significant portion of the individuals funded by research grants at many institutions (IRIS 2021). Education and training often go hand-in-hand with R&D performanc...

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    U.S. Employment Higher in the Private Sector than in the Education Sector for U.S.-Trained Doctoral Scientists and Engineers: Findings from the 2019 Survey of Doctorate Recipients

    Employment Sector and Salaries in the United States

    As shown in table 1, a large majority of the 857,200 U.S.-trained SEH doctorate holders employed in the United States worked primarily in the private sector (47%) and the education sector (44%). However, substantial differences in their salaries exist between these sectors, with a median salary i...

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    U.S. Employment Higher in the Private Sector than in the Education Sector for U.S.-Trained Doctoral Scientists and Engineers: Findings from the 2019 Survey of Doctorate Recipients

    Median salaries of full-time employed U.S.-trained SEH doctorate holders in the United States, by broad field of degree, years since doctorate, and employment sector: 2019

    In 2019, an estimated 1,148,800 individuals younger than 76 years of age worldwide held a research doctoral degree in a science, engineering, or health (SEH) field that was earned at a U.S. academic institution. A total of 1,008,950 (88%) of this group were residing in the United States in 2019. ...