In recent years, the number of English majors has been on the rise, according to research published in the academic journal Language and Society.
The numbers of graduates who have completed their bachelor’s degrees in English have doubled since 2010, and the number who have started their language careers has tripled.
However, the numbers of English masters graduates who graduate have also increased, the study found.
The increase in the number and quality of English degree programs has not translated into a higher graduation rate for English masters, according research published by Yale University’s English department.
The number of master’s degrees awarded to English graduates rose by 6 percent between 2009 and 2015, according the study, which found that the number awarded to bachelor’s degree recipients rose by 5 percent.
“We are not surprised that there are more English master’s students than master’s graduates in the US.
The reason for this is that the market for English degree courses is not growing,” said Professor of English at Yale University, Dr. Paul Wiebe, in a statement.
“The primary drivers for the rise in the percentage of English master graduates who are in the industry are, in large part, a result of the fact that the degree itself is still highly competitive and relatively easy to obtain.
The main driver for this has been the availability of more courses and a higher degree requirement, and that the quality of the courses has improved.”
The study examined the distribution of English and American bachelor’s and master’s degree programs, focusing on the total number of students awarded and the percentage who have graduated.
It also looked at the number, size and quality in each major.
The percentage of graduate students who are from outside the US grew by 5.2 percent between 2014 and 2015.
The percentage of graduates from countries outside the U.S. increased by 12.9 percent between 2013 and 2015 and grew by 3.7 percent between 2011 and 2014.
According to the study’s findings, the increase in English degrees awarded outside the United States and in the UK has been “largely driven by increases in the share of graduate-level students from the United Kingdom, Canada and Australia.”
“The United States is the only major country that has experienced an increase in undergraduate students from outside of the U