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European Space Industry Employment

European Space Industry Employment

The European space workforce included ## workers in 2015, according to Eurospace, an association of the European space manufacturing industry. Eurospace conducts annual surveys of European firms involved...


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Year: 2015
Data on the European space workforce is collected annually via surveys by Eurospace, an association of the European space manufacturing industry. The survey focuses on design, development, and...
Year: 2014
Each year, Eurospace, an association of the European space manufacturing industry, carries out a survey of the European space industry. The survey focuses on design, development, and manufacturing; it does not include companies specializing in space services, such as launch or satellite operations,...
Year: 2013
Space employment in Europe has increased for the seventh year in a row, adding about ## employees from 2011 to 2012, an increase of ##%. European space employment is ##% greater than its 10-year low in 2005. Unlike the data for the U.S. space workforce, which is estimated using nationally collected...
Year: 2012
The European space workforce includes workers from ## European countries across three segments of the industry: spacecraft, launch, and ground. The five countries with the largest workforces, France, Germany, Italy, the United Kingdom, and Spain, accounted for more than ##% of the total European...
Year: 2011
The number of European space workers counted has expanded by ##% over five years, from ## full-time equivalent (FTE) employees at the end of 2005 to ## FTE employees in 2010. While some of the changes in European space workforce by sector reflected in Exhibit 4l are attributable to Eurospace...
Year: 2010
Despite the recession and financial crisis, the European space workforce has continued to add jobs. According to data collected by Eurospace, the nonprofit European space industry association, ## full time equivalent (FTE) employees worked in the European space sector in 2009. This marked a net...
Year: 2009
By 2008, European space employment reached ## full-time equivalent (FTE) employees, which remains ##% lower than the near-historic high in 2001, when employment totaled approximately ## jobs with ##% annual growth. Space employment fell each year from 2002 to 2005, including a ##% decrease in 2005...
Year: 2008
While there is no single number reported for the pan-European space sector workforce, several data points, when viewed in combination, indicate that at least ## and possibly more than ## personnel are employed by Europe’s space industries. The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development...

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