Crowley, Michael F.
August 1970
Monthly Labor Review;Aug70, Vol. 93 Issue 8, p65
Academic Journal
Highlights results of a study on the employment status of graduates who hold Doctor of Philosophy (Ph. D.) degrees in the United States private industry in 1968. Employment rate of scientists and engineers; Factors influencing the requirements for Ph. D. scientists and engineers.


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