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Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency Employment

Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency Employment

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The workforce of the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) remained steady, adding eight employees for an increase of approximately ##%. With slight growth in the past two years, the agency has ended a trend of decline that stretches back at least to 2004. The JAXA workforce in 2015, with ## employees, remains ##% smaller than in was in 2004.


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Year: 2014
Country: Japan
The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) has not shared in the workforce growth trend seen in the country as a whole. Instead, JAXA has remained relatively steady in recent years, gaining 6 employees from 2013 to 2014. In the past five years, from 2009 to 2014, employment at JAXA decreased by...
Year: 2013
Country: Japan
The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) employed ## individuals in 2013. This is a decrease of less than ##% from 2012. Over the past 10 years, JAXA has declined steadily, shedding ## workers since 2003—nearly ##% of its workforce. JAXA has a relatively healthy workforce age profile; ##%...
Year: 2012
The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) workforce has decreased steadily over the past decade, from more than ## employees in 2003 to ## in 2012, a decrease of more than ##%. Nearly ##% of JAXA’s workforce is made up of engineers and researchers, with the remainder categorized as...
Year: 2011
Country: Japan
Within JAXA, ##% of employees were in technical positions as of April 2011. These included ## engineers who comprised ##% of the JAXA workforce, along with ## researchers and ## education specialists. The remaining ## JAXA employees worked in administration.
Year: 2008
Country: Japan
The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) employs a staff of approximately ##. A decade-long economic slowdown in Japan has led to attrition in the Japanese space workforce, as older workers have retired without being replaced by younger skilled workers. Nevertheless, Japan’s research...

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