The line graph gives information about the number of fresh-graduate French and English teachers based on the year of graduation in Ontario from 2001 to 2007.
Overall, in the beginning of the period, the number of French and English graduate who found job as a teacher was at the almost same percentage. However, to the end of timeline, both show an opposite trend,french language teachers had a slight increase while the opposite one decreased dramatically.
Looking at the details, in the first two year, english educators experienced a significant decline from 72 per cent to 40 per cent while the proportion of French teachers went down by about 15 per cent before went up to just below 70 per cent. From 2003 to 2005, both of lines had a same pattern. It showed a steady incline but in different levels while French teachers had higher percentage than english teachers.
In the last two years, english educators experienced a noticeable decline and dipped by 14 per cent to 2007. In contrast, the number of employment for those who teach french language rose gradually and reached a peak at 73 per cent which only 3 percent compare with the starting point.