The global education market is booming.
That’s why the American Institute for Supply Management, a nonprofit research and advisory group, has released its latest edition of the World Education Index.
Its 2016 edition is out.
We thought it would be interesting to take a closer look at what’s happening in the education market, which has seen the most robust growth in the past five years.
We wanted to see what the data says about the supply of higher education degrees in the United States and abroad.
In fact, our new report is titled, How to Get a College Degree in Just a Few Years: The World Education Report 2016.
What’s really remarkable about the data is that we found that the United Kingdom has more than twice as many higher education graduates as the United State.
This is no accident.
In 2016, more than 60 percent of U.S. higher education students completed degrees, and nearly half of those graduates went on to go on to earn degrees.
For the U.K., that number was more like 70 percent.
(We did not include students who completed a degree but were not awarded diplomas.)
We also found that there are more U.s. students who have taken degrees in other countries than in the U and UK.
And that trend is even more pronounced for postgraduate studies.
Of the nearly 1.1 million graduates in the World Educated for Global Education Index, about 437,000 were from abroad, according to the report.
That is more than four times the number of graduates from the U, which is more like 25 percent.
That may sound like a lot, but the U is still the most common country for foreign-born graduates.
About a quarter of the U’s graduates are from Asia.
Of those, the vast majority come from China, South Korea, India and the Philippines.
While some of the most educated people are from China and South Korea — the U has about 20 percent of the world’s educated people — other Asian countries are filling the gap.
India, for example, is the country that has the highest proportion of educated people from the Asia-Pacific region (49.5 percent).
South Korea has a smaller share of educated workers (13.6 percent).
While these numbers are significant, they are dwarfed by the numbers of people in the West.
For example, in the Global Education Market 2016 report, China and India were among the top 10 education destinations, with the U second place.
The top three countries by educational attainment are France, Germany and the U of the United Nations.
That leaves us with the question: What are the biggest growth areas in the world?
Let’s take a look.
The U. S. and the world are rapidly expanding education opportunities The U of S and the UK have emerged as top growth areas for the global education industry.
The growth in U. s. higher ed degrees and in the number awarded in postgraduate degrees has been quite dramatic.
Since 2010, the U S. has seen its share of students take a higher education degree increase by more than 50 percent, according in the report’s table.
The number of postgraduate degree recipients from the United states has nearly doubled, from 12.6 million to 22.7 million.
Meanwhile, the number who earned degrees in China has more or less leveled off, with 9.2 million people in that country receiving degrees in 2016.
The UK, meanwhile, saw its share grow from 13.6 to 16.3 million, while India and South Africa saw their share of postgraduates increase by almost a third, from 5.4 million to 6.3 and 6.6, respectively.
In short, there is a lot of demand in both the U s and the global economy.
The most surprising part is that while China and the United Arab Emirates have emerged the most popular places to go for higher education, India, South Africa and the other Asian economies are still the ones with the highest share of graduates in postsecondary studies.
We also looked at the growth in postgraduation employment in the two largest economies in the global world.
The United States, for instance, has more people working in the postgraduate field than anywhere else.
The same is true for the U .
S. share of people who hold a postgraduate education, but it is lower than for any other country in the OECD.
So while it is still a big job market, it is not where it was in the early 1990s.
We did find that the U U. of S. had one of the highest proportions of postdoctoral degrees awarded, at 18.4 percent.
This was largely due to its high percentage of post-doctoral graduates who have gone on to have a doctorate in another field.
But even more surprising was the fact that India and Brazil have seen the largest increase in post-graduate degrees awarded.
These countries have more than doubled their postgraduate educational attainment from 2.6 and