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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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2011 – U.S. Space Workforce Outlook

The ongoing impacts of the economic slowdown and the reductions in NASA’s contractor workforce are not the only issues affecting U.S. space industry employees. The American aerospace workforce is aging.…

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2011 – NASA Workforce

In 2011, NASA’s Space Shuttle Program came to an end. The shuttle program had been a major source of employment for the U.S. aerospace workforce. Anticipating the retirement of the…

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2011 – U.S. National Security Workforce

The BLS data characterizing the American space workforce does not include U.S. military space personnel, who constitute a dedicated “space cadre” maintained by the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD). Implemented…

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2011 – U.S. Space Workforce

The number of people employed in the U.S. space sector remained fairly stable throughout the first decade of the 21st century, weathering both the substantial industry restructuring that characterized the…

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2011 – Workforce

The hundreds of thousands of talented individuals working in the global space industry are critical to its overall success and future growth. The trends in space employment and education provide…

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Antibodies Helping Bones

The world’s largest biotechnology company, Amgen, launched 30 mice on NASA’s final shuttle mission in July 2011 to test an antibody that could help prevent bone loss. The lack of…

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