The U.S. national security space workforce is composed of federal workers in both the Department of Defense and the Intelligence Community. Altogether, there were more than…
As of the start of fiscal year (FY) 2018, NASA employed 17,324 individuals. Employment has been essentially static since the beginning of FY 2016, increasing by . . .
In 2016, private industry space companies in the United States employed 128,163 professionals. This is 1.6% fewer than in 2015 . . .
The U.S. Space workforce is composed of more than 173,000 workers across the commercial, civil, and national security sectors. . .
India’s Department of Space, which includes the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), employed 16,072 employees in 2017. . .
The U.S. Army maintains a sizeable force of soldiers and civilians with training and experience in the space domain, with 4,948 space cadre billets in FY 2018. This was an increase of . . .
The global space industry relies on a highly qualified workforce. Understanding the trends in this workforce, including changes in size and demographics, provides insight into the overall health of the industry. Although workforce data . . .
In 2016, private industry space companies in the United States employed 128,163 professionals. This is 1.6% fewer than . . .
The U.S. Army Space Cadre grew from 11 FA40 (Space Professional) officers in 1999 to 374 FA40 officer billets for 2016. The Army’s Space Professionals make up a small, but critical, part of a bigger Space Cadre, which includes another 3025 personnel from another category, Army Space Enablers.
The global space industry employs hundreds of thousands of individuals in well-paid cutting-edge technology jobs, and it relies on a pool of highly qualified workers to fill new jobs as they arise. Trends among this workforce, including . . .