TABLE E-11Breakout of Behavioral Sciences Workforce, 2006–2016, Scenario 3

BEHAVIORAL - SCENARIO 3 DETAILS
US MaleUS FemaleForeign MaleForeign Female
200657,59362,7581,4572,484
200757,49163,8301,6052,735
200857,39164,9071,7503,003
200957,29365,9901,8923,291
201057,19767,0782,0313,600
201157,10268,1722,1673,932
201257,01069,2732,3014,287
201356,92070,3792,4324,669
201456,83171,4932,5605,078
201556,74472,6132,6865,518
201656,65973,7392,8095,991

SOURCE: NRC analysis.

From: Appendix E, Demographic Projections of the Research Workforce in the Biomedical, Clinical, and Behavioral Sciences, 2006–2016 (Using the System Dynamics Simulation Methodology)

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Research Training in the Biomedical, Behavioral, and Clinical Research Sciences.
National Research Council (US) Committee to Study the National Needs for Biomedical, Behavioral, and Clinical Research Personnel.
Washington (DC): National Academies Press (US); 2011.
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