The Excel file Science and Engineering Jobs shows the number of jobs in thousands in the year 2000 and projections for 2010 from a government study. Use the Excel file to compute the projected increase from the 2000 baseline and the percentage increase for each occupational category. - Essay Prowess

The Excel file Science and Engineering Jobs shows the number of jobs in thousands in the year 2000 and projections for 2010 from a government study. Use the Excel file to compute the projected increase from the 2000 baseline and the percentage increase for each occupational category.

The Excel file Science and Engineering Jobs shows the number of jobs in thousands in the year 2000 and projections for 2010 from a government study. Use the Excel file to compute the projected increase from the 2000 baseline and the percentage increase for each occupational category.

  1. The Excel file Science and Engineering Jobs shows the number of jobs in thousands in the year 2000 and projections for 2010 from a government study. Use the Excel file to compute the projected increase from the 2000 baseline and the percentage increase for each occupational category.

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Total science and engineering jobs in thousands: 2000 and projected 2010
     
Occupation 2000 2010 Projected Increase Percentage increase
Scientists 3,241 5,301 2,060 64%
Life scientists 184 218 34 18%
Mathematical/computer scientists 2,408 4,308 1,900 79%
Computer specialists 2,318 4,213 1,895 82%
Mathematical scientists 89 95 6 7%
Physical scientists 239 283 44 18%