Science jobs in 2018 are getting a lot more diverse and flexible, with scientists now filling positions that include the positions of food scientists, environmental scientists, food safety scientists, and more.
In addition, there’s been a huge jump in the number of scientists with PhDs in science, from just under 5 percent in 2019 to more than 50 percent in 2020.
But the overall percentage of scientists in the United States remains steady, at about 35 percent.
Here are some key facts about the science job market in 2018: 1.
More scientists are entering science roles: More than 30 percent of scientists are now working in science jobs.
But that’s still just below the 40 percent rate seen during the 1990s.
The number of Americans with PhD in science and engineering has increased to more people.
Today, about 11 percent of Americans have a PhD in either science or engineering, up from about 6 percent in 2000.
More women than men are working in the science sector.
In 2018, nearly two-thirds of scientists were female, up slightly from 2015.
About one-quarter of all scientists were white, compared with about 40 percent in previous years.
More than a third of scientists report that they are being compensated more than their male counterparts.
In 2019, that number was more than 30 percentage points higher, according to a study released last month by the Society of Environmental Medicine.
Science is becoming a much more important job for women.
In 2020, about 28 percent of all women with a bachelor’s degree in science or technology were working in a science or science-related job, compared to 15 percent in 2018.
In contrast, about 8 percent of men were in that category in 2019.
And about 4 percent of women were working at a career-oriented science company or organization, compared at about 6.5 percent of male scientists.
There are more women than ever before in science positions.
In the past, women accounted for about 7 percent of the workforce in science roles.
Today that number is closer to 10 percent.
In 2021, more than half of all U.S. scientists will be women.
By 2020, the number is expected to rise to 90 percent, according the Society for Science and Engineering Education.
There is a lot of diversity in the job market.
In recent years, the proportion of female scientists has grown to more in science than any other career.
In some fields, such as engineering, women now account for nearly half of scientists.
The numbers are similar in other fields, too, with women accounting for nearly 80 percent of researchers in health sciences and less than 15 percent of those in social science and psychology.
There’s a huge number of science positions opening each year.
The average tenure track scientist is now in his or her mid-30s.
About 14 percent of U. S. scientists are in their 50s.
The percentage of women in STEM fields has increased.
The share of women working in fields like engineering, medicine, and the physical sciences has increased by nearly two percentage points since 2010.
This is mostly because women now outnumber men in those fields.
In fact, the share of female students in STEM disciplines is now higher than the share for all other undergraduate majors.
Scientists are also working in more fields.
About 8 percent more people in the U. C. and D.C. area work in engineering than in the previous year.
In other cities, including Chicago, New York, and San Francisco, the ratio of women to men working in STEM has increased dramatically.
The American Society for Cell and Molecular Biology (ASCB) has a new list of the top science jobs in the country.
The list, published Monday, is based on the number and pay of science jobs for scientists, as well as the overall number of jobs in science.
The survey ranks the top 25 occupations in science by the number, pay, and position of the jobs, as determined by the ACS.
This year’s list is the sixth-most recent ACS survey of science occupations in the last two years.
This ranking is based off the number who held science jobs at a time in the 2018-2019 academic year.
It also takes into account job growth and attrition.
The ACS has been asking its members to nominate the top five science jobs every year since 2010, and they have done it for more than 10 years.
The ranking is then compared to the total number of scientific jobs in that same time period.
The top five positions were chosen based on their total number, salary, and job titles.
Scientists with Ph.
D.s in physics and engineering are also among the top 10 in this year’s ACS survey.
The US has one of the highest female enrollment rates in the world.
According to the ACS, the U, S., and M.S./Pacific Northwest region has the highest proportion of women of any region in the entire world, with