The recruitment of foreign language teachers in Ontario from 2001 to 2007 is presented by the graph. Overall, people who apply in France language experienced the highest level while English Language witnessed dramatically decrease over the time frame.
It is evident that in 2001, the number of applicant of English teachers was the largest at just over 70% instead French language which was still below of 70%. However, over one year, both showed a downward trend about 55%. The far gap showed from 2003 to 2005, France teachers increased continuously around 70% while applicants of English language showed at just only 40%.
Meanwhile, from 2005 to 2006 the same trend again is served by both subjects; the number of people who enlisted in both major showed a downward trend. French language decreased slightly to 68%, but at the end of the period rose minimally to 73%. Whereas in 2007 recruitment of English teachers still dropped to under 20 percent, it was approximately by 45% from the applicant of French language teacher.