How Many Technician Schools, and Students? How Much Employment?
Abstract:A Survey located 69 two-year forest technician schools in 26 states. More than 3,600 students were enrolled in the fall of 1977, and 1,200 graduated ht 1978. Of 1977 graduates, 64.1 percent had found jobs in forest technology by early 1978, and 18.7 percent had other employment. This total of 82.8 percent compares with 63.2 percent for 1977 graduates with bachelor's degrees. Industry was the main employer of 1977 technician graduates.
Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: Director, School of Forest Technology, Wanakena Campus, State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry
Publication date: 1979-02-01
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