March 6, 2015

Scientists/ Engineers

Coming Up Short

| 5/1/2007

Source: Florida Enterprise: "Florida's Economic Competitiveness: Key Comparative Benchmarks 2007"
Florida had a smaller ratio of doctoral scientists and engineers in 2003 (the most recent data available) than any of its competitor states or the nation. It also lagged its competitor states (except Tennessee, Georgia and South Carolina) in the number of science and engineering students.

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