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National Survey of College Graduates, 1993

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Title:National Survey of College Graduates, 1993
Study Number:1259
Catalog Date:06/30/2010
Primary Investigator(s):NSF
Source:SESTAT
Abstract:The National Survey of College Graduates (NSCG) is a longitudinal survey, designed to provide data on the number and characteristics of experienced individuals with education and/or employment in science and engineering (S&E), or S&E-related fields in the United States. The 1993 NSCG provides a once in a decade opportunity to study the education and career paths of the nation's college-educated individuals and various characteristics of college-educated individuals in the workforce such as salaries, whether the college-educated population was working in their highest degree field of study, specific occupations, and a gender breakdown of the workforce. Key variables in the study include: Academic employment, age, citizenship status, country of birth, country of citizenship, disability status, educational history, employment status, geographic place of employment, immigrant module (year of entry, type of entry visa, reason(s) for coming to U.S., etc.), labor force status, marital status, number of children, occupation, primary work activity, publication and patent activities, race/ethnicity, salary, satisfaction and importance of various aspects of job, school enrollment status, sector of employment, sex, and work related training.

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