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  • Data Tables | Data Tables (Individual)

    The STEM Labor Force of Today: Scientists, Engineers, and Skilled Technical Workers | Supplemental Tables

    Certification and licenses held by workers with a bachelor's degree or higher, by broad occupational group: 2019

    Individuals in the STEM workforce make important contributions to improve a nation’s living standards, economic growth, and global competitiveness. This report details several aspects of the U.S. STEM workforce, including growth, demographic makeup, earnings, and unemployment. The STEM workforce ...

  • Analysis | Reports

    The STEM Labor Force of Today: Scientists, Engineers, and Skilled Technical Workers | STEM Pathways: Degree Attainment, Training, and Occupations

    Certifications and Licenses

    A college degree is not the only pathway to a STEM career; other options for acquiring the skills needed to enter the STEM workforce include obtaining a certificate, certification, or license in a STEM area. These credentials are generally associated with an occupation, technology, or industry an...

  • Analysis | Reports

    The STEM Labor Force of Today: Scientists, Engineers, and Skilled Technical Workers

    Executive Summary

    Key takeaways: By including workers of all educational backgrounds and the wide variety of occupations that require significant science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) knowledge and expertise, the STEM workforce represented 23% of the total U.S. workforce in 2019. A little over h...

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    The STEM Labor Force of Today: Scientists, Engineers, and Skilled Technical Workers | STEM Pathways: Degree Attainment, Training, and Occupations

    Workers with certifications and licenses, by workforce, occupational group, and degree attainment: 2019

    Individuals in the STEM workforce make important contributions to improve a nation’s living standards, economic growth, and global competitiveness. This report details several aspects of the U.S. STEM workforce, including growth, demographic makeup, earnings, and unemployment. The STEM workforce ...

  • Analysis | Reports

    Science and Engineering Labor Force | U.S. S&E Workforce: Relationship between Education and Occupation

    Certifications and Licenses

    Community colleges and certification and license programs often serve as a starting point or as a supplement to traditional 4-year degrees in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM)-focused workforce development (NASEM 2016). Certifications and licenses generally are associated w...