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ACD Biomedical Workforce Working Group Data

Comparison of fields by position security



US Biomedical and Chemistry Doctorates in Temporary Positions or Unemployed, by Field and Years Since Degree - Number of Doctorates

Three-panel stacked bar Graph depicting the number of US biomedical and chemistry doctorates in temporary positions or unemployed, by field and years since degree. Includes 1995, 1999, 2003, and 2008. Depicts non-Tenure track academic position, Employed part-time, unemployed, and Postdoctoral Appointment. Left –Basic Biomedical Sciences, Right – Chemistry. Top – 1-5 years since degree, Middle 6-10 years since degree, Bottom – 11-20 years since degree.


Careers: US Biomedical and Chemistry Doctorates in Temporary Positions or Unemployed, by Field and Years Since Degree - Percent of Doctorates

Three-panel stacked bar Graph depicting the percent of US biomedical and chemistry doctorates in temporary positions or unemployed, by field and years since degree. Includes 1995, 1999, 2003, and 2008. Depicts non-Tenure track academic position, Employed part-time, unemployed, and Postdoctoral Appointment. Left –Basic Biomedical Sciences, Right – Chemistry. Top – 1-5 years since degree, Middle 6-10 years since degree, Bottom – 11-20 years since degree.


Careers: Percent of US Biomedical and Chemistry Doctorateson Permanent Positions, by Field and Years Since Degree - Number of Doctorates

Three-panel stacked bar Graph depicting the number of US biomedical and chemistry doctorates, by field and years since degree. Includes 1995, 1999, 2003, and 2008. Depicts PhD Institution Tenure track/Tenure position, Other Academic Institution Tenure track/Tenure positions, Industry, Government, and Other. Left –Basic Biomedical Sciences, Right – Chemistry. Top – 1-5 years since degree, Middle 6-10 years since degree, Bottom – 11-20 years since degree.


Careers: Percent of US Biomedical and Chemistry Doctorateson Permanent Positions, by Field and Years Since Degree - Percent of Doctorates

Three-panel stacked bar Graph depicting the percent of US biomedical and chemistry doctorates, by field and years since degree. Includes 1995, 1999, 2003, and 2008. Depicts PhD Institution Tenure track/Tenure position, Other Academic Institution Tenure track/Tenure positions, Industry, Government, and Other. Left –Basic Biomedical Sciences, Right – Chemistry. Top – 1-5 years since degree, Middle 6-10 years since degree, Bottom – 11-20 years since degree.