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ERIC Number: ED055893
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1971
Pages: 9
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Employment Problems of Engineers Highlighted by New Survey.
Engineers Joint Council, New York, NY.
Summarized is an employment survey, conducted by the Engineers Joint Council for the National Science Foundation. Twenty percent of the membership of 23 engineering societies were sampled. The results are reported as unemployment rates for selected degree and age groups, field of specialization, geographical areas, citizenship, and type of employer. The major problem areas are those engineers without college degrees or with highest degrees in nonengineering curricula, those in electronics and aerospace specialities, those whose particular speciality was nonengineering in nature, those who were not U. S. citizens, or under 30 or over 55, and those in the Seattle or Wichita areas. (TS)
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Authoring Institution: Engineers Joint Council, New York, NY.
Identifiers: National Science Foundation