Distribution of employees in public research institutions in the United States in 2000 and 2012, by job type

Public research institute employees in the U.S. in 2000 and 2012 This statistic shows the percentages of employees in public research institutes in the United States, according to job type in 2000 and 2012. In 2012, 20 percent of employees in U.S. public research institutes were full-time faculty members.
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20002012
Full-time faculty19%20%
Part-time faculty6%7%
Part-time instructors/ graduate assistants17%20%
Executive, administrative, and managerial4%4%
Professional22%25%
Nonprofessional (Technical, clerical, skilled craft, and service/maintenance)32%23%
20002012
Full-time faculty19%20%
Part-time faculty6%7%
Part-time instructors/ graduate assistants17%20%
Executive, administrative, and managerial4%4%
Professional22%25%
Nonprofessional (Technical, clerical, skilled craft, and service/maintenance)32%23%
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This statistic shows the percentages of employees in public research institutes in the United States, according to job type in 2000 and 2012. In 2012, 20 percent of employees in U.S. public research institutes were full-time faculty members.
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February 2014
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United States
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2000 and 2012
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