AAES EWC Has Ceased Collecting Data and Producing Publications
Since 1950 the AAES Engineering Workforce Commission (EWC) has collected and disseminated timely data on trends in the supply and demand for engineers, including enrollments, degrees awarded, and compensation statistics. However, the 2015 Engineering & Technology Degrees publication marked the final report that AAES EWC published.
So that the broader engineering community can continue to receive valuable data and reports, we recommend contacting the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE). As you may know, since 1893 ASEE has worked to impact engineering and engineering technology education and produces the highly regarded “Profiles of Engineering & Engineering Technology Colleges.” This annual publication includes enrollment, graduation, and detailed information on U.S. and Canadian colleges of engineering.
For more information on how to participate in ASEE’s Profiles of Engineering & Engineering Technology Colleges survey, or for more information about ASEE’s Profiles-data related products, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The AAES Engineering Workforce Commission wishes to express its gratitude for the cooperation of the hundreds of organizations that have provided data to the Commission over the years.
If you have any questions regarding AAES EWC research or publications, please do not hesitate to contact us. You can reach a customer service representative by calling 202-296-2237 or sending an email to email@example.com.
AAES' Engineering Workforce Commission monitors engineering job statistics that help universities, corporations, and government set salary, hiring, enrollment, and degree trends in the marketplace.
The 2015 Engineering & Technology Degrees publication is available for purchase.