R&D expenditure per employee in U.S. sectors 2001-2015

This statistic shows R&D expenditure per employee in selected U.S. sectors and industries, in the period 2001 to 2015. During that period, the U.S. semiconductor industry spent around 68 thousand U.S. dollars per employee on research and development.

Pharmaceutical R&D expenditure per employee compared to other U.S. manufacturing sectors 2001-2015

R&D expenditure per employee
Pharmaceuticals and medicines165,844
Communications equipment100,661
Semiconductors68,158
Chemicals62,325
Computers and electronics54,088
Aerospace products29,923
Medical equipment23,109
Transportation equipment19,457
All manufacturing13,312
Petroleum and coal9,838
Machinery9,194
Electrical equipment, appliances8,194
Misc. nonmedical equipment5,471
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Release date

July 2019

Region

United States

Survey time period

2001 to 2015

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