European Space Workforce

2011 – European Space Workforce

The nonprofit European space industry association Eurospace tracks European space employment through annual surveys of European space-related companies, as well as multinational space companies employing personnel in Europe. In 2010,…

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2008 – European Space Agency Employment

In addition to European public technical colleges, ESA maintains the European Space Research and Technology Centre in the Netherlands and the European Astronauts Centre in Germany, which trains astronauts for…

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2009 – European Space Industry Employment

By 2008, European space employment reached ## full-time equivalent (FTE) employees, which remains ##% lower than the near-historic high in 2001, when employment totaled approximately ## jobs with ##% annual…

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2009 – European Space Workforce

Revenue growth among the largest European space companies in 2009 suggests that the European space industry will weather the current recession with only marginal impact on employment. For the European…

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2010 – European Space Industry Employment

Despite the recession and financial crisis, the European space workforce has continued to add jobs. According to data collected by Eurospace, the nonprofit European space industry association, 31,369 full time…

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