A shortage of scientists could lead students to take jobs in fields like health care or even medical imaging, according to a new study by the National Science Foundation.
In addition, the study found that scientists who are part of the “science-based economy” tend to be in better paying positions than the average American.
A shortage of scientific positions could result in higher wages for workers, and also lead to greater competition among companies, the National Academies report said.
The report, “Academics in Science, Academia and the Publics Economy,” found that the U.S. economy depends on the diversity of our nation’s scientists and engineers.
It also says that, by and large, there are not enough science jobs for the U,S.
population to support the nation’s economic growth.
But the report, based on a review of data from government and industry sources, found that, because of a lack of diversity in the workforce, the nation does not have the skills and competencies necessary to create the economic demand for science and engineering jobs needed to meet the nation and world’s growing scientific needs.
The study, titled “The Cost of Diversity: The State of Science and Engineering Jobs in the U.” is the first of its kind in the history of the federal government’s Science and Technology Directorate.
It is also the first report from the Directorate to analyze the number of U.s. scientists in the nation, and the nation as a whole.
“The Science and Technological Education Act of 2009 was passed with a clear focus on attracting and retaining a diverse and high-tech workforce,” said the director, Richard T. Kamin, in a statement.
“But with the science workforce still in a state of crisis, we need to do more to create an economy for future generations that is not dependent on STEM and technology jobs.”
The report found that while the number and diversity of scientists in academia grew from 1.2 million in 2009 to 1.4 million in 2018, the number in the private sector fell by 16 percent to 2.2 billion.
The U. is also a net importer of science graduates and the number fell to 9.6 million from 12.5 million.
The number of STEM and STEM-related jobs dropped by 11 percent to 3.1 million.
The federal government is responsible for nearly 70 percent of the nation is public colleges and university systems.
The National Science Council estimates that more than 1 million U. of A. students are enrolled in science, engineering and math programs.
The National Academy estimates that about 1.5 percent of students in the United States graduate from college.
The Education Department says it has a goal of increasing the number at the top of the education system from 1,000 to 2,000 by 2020.
That goal is supported by the Obama administration.
The United States has a population of about 1 billion people.
The government estimates that the number is at its lowest point in more than two decades.