Salaries of Scientists, Engineers and Technicians - A Summary of Salary Surveys 22nd edition
Prepared by Nathan E. Bell, Nicole M. Di Fabio and Lisa M. Frehill
Published by The Commission on Professionals in Science and Technology (CPST) in 2007.
A collection and summary of more than 80 survey reports on salaries presented in over 250 tables. Covers beginning and advanced practitioners in industry, government, and educational institutions with breakouts by field, degree, experience, age, discipline, employment category, geographical area, and rank/grade for academics or government employees. Published biennially. The Commission on Professionals in Science and Technology (CPST), founded in 1953 as the Scientific Manpower Commission, is a nonprofit organization whose membership includes leading professional scientific societies, corporations, academic institutions, non-profit organizations, and individuals concerned with the education and employment of scientists and engineers. CPST specializes in the collection, analysis and dissemination of reliable information about the human resources of the United States in the fields of science, engineering and technology.
STEMTrends (Formerly CPST Comments), a digest of current developments affecting the recruitment, training, and utilization of scientists and engineers, is available for download in PDF format. 52 weekly e-alerts and six print issues published each year. Go to www.cpst.org to subscribe!!!
Another CPST study also available through AGI: Professional Women and Minorities: A Total Human Resources Data Compendium 17th edition.
ISBN 0146-5015. Paperback, 8.50"x11.00" 294 pp. item #300353
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