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  • The 2021 IEEE-USA Employment Survey was conducted to gain a better understanding of the problem of unemployment among U.S. IEEE members. More than 2,500 U.S. IEEE members who reported being unemployed during the 2020 membership year, as well as random sample of 4,000 Higher Grade IEEE in the United States, were surveyed. Member: FREE Non-Member: $9.99
  • The 2019 IEEE-USA Employment Survey was conducted to gain a better understanding of the problem of unemployment among U.S. IEEE members. Nearly 2,000 U.S. IEEE members who reported being unemployed during 2019 were surveyed, using a self-administered, online questionnaire. Member: $7.99 Non-Member: $9.99
  • The 2018 IEEE-USA Employment Survey was conducted to gain a better understanding of the problem of unemployment among U.S. IEEE members. More than 1,100 U.S. IEEE members who reported being unemployed during the 2017 membership year were surveyed. Member: $0.00 Non-Member: $9.99
  • The 2017 IEEE-USA Employment Survey was conducted to gain a better understanding of the problem of unemployment among U.S. IEEE members. More than 2,000 U.S. IEEE members who reported being unemployed during 2016 were surveyed, using a self-administered, online questionnaire. Member: $7.99 Non-Member: $9.99
  • The 2016 IEEE-USA Employment Survey was conducted to gain a better understanding of the problem of unemployment among U.S. IEEE members. More than 2,000 U.S. IEEE members who reported being unemployed during 2015 were surveyed, using a self-administered, online questionnaire. Member: $7.99 Non-Member: $9.99
  • The 2015 IEEE-USA Employment Survey was conducted to gain a better understanding of the problem of unemployment among U.S. IEEE members. 3,411 U.S. IEEE members who reported being unemployed during 2014 were surveyed, using a self-administered, online questionnaire.
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  • The 2014 USA Employment Survey was conducted to develop a better understanding of the dilemma of unemployment among IEEE's U.S. members, by conducting a survey of engineers who were unemployed at some point during the 2013 IEEE membership year. We surveyed U.S. IEEE members who reported being unemployed during 2013, using a self-administered, online questionnaire. The results were consistent with previous years' more than half of those surveyed had not been re-employed. Member: $7.99 Non-Member: $9.99
  • The 2013 IEEE-USA Employment Survey was conducted to develop a better under-standing of the dilemma of unemployment among IEEE's U.S. members, by conducting a survey of engineers who were unemployed at some point during the 2012 IEEE membership year. We surveyed U.S. IEEE members who reported being unemployed during 2012, using a self-administered, online questionnaire. The results were consistent with previous years'more than half of those surveyed had not been re-employed. Member: $7.99 Non-Member: $9.99
  • The IEEE-USA Employment Assistance Committee has continued its interest in developing a better understanding of the problem of unemployment among older engineers, by conducting a survey of engineers who were unemployed at some point during the 2011 IEEE membership year. The first survey was conducted in 1995, with replications in 1996, 1998, 2002, 2004, 2006, 2008, 2010, and again, in 2011. Member: $7.99 Non-Member: $9.99
  • The IEEE-USA Employment Assistance Committee has continued its interest in developing a better understanding of the problem of unemployment among older engineers by conducting a survey of unemployed engineers. This report of results is organized into four sections. The first section reports the percentage distribution or means response for each of the questions in the survey. The second section reports the results of selected cross tabulations that focus on age and various aspects of employment status. The third section reports the results of a multivariate analysis that focuses on the impact of age on the duration of unemployment, when other factors are held constant. The final section compares some of the current results to those in 1995, 1996, 1998, 2002, 2004, 2006 and 2008. Member: $7.99 Non-Member: $9.99
  • This report on the 2008 IEEE-USA Unemployed Members Survey provides a comprehensive portrait of IEEE's unemployed U.S. membership and offers insights into the causes -- and remedies -- for loss of employment among technical professionals. The first section reports the percentage distribution or means response for each of the questions in the survey. The second reports the results of selected cross tabulations that focus on age and various aspects of employment status. The third reports the results of a multivariate analysis that focuses on the impact of age on the duration of unemployment when other factors are held constant. The final section compares some of the current results to those in 1995, 1996, 1998, 2002, 2004 and 2006.
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  • This report on the sixth IEEE-USA Unemployed Members Survey provides a comprehensive portrait of IEEE’s unemployed U.S. membership and offers insights into the causes, and remedies, for loss of employment among technical professionals. The first section reports the percentage distribution or means response for each of the questions in the survey. The second reports the results of selected cross tabulations that focus on age and various aspects of employment status. The third reports the results of a multivariate analysis that focuses on the impact of age on the duration of unemployment when other factors are held constant. The final section compares some of the current results to those in 1995, 1996, 1998, 2002 and 2004. Member: FREE Non-Member: $4.99

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