More than 1,000 U.S. universities are offering bachelor’s degrees in the agriculture and related sciences, which often are required for entry-level jobs.
But the number of such degrees has fallen over the past two decades, according to the National Center for Education Statistics.
There were nearly 7,000 bachelor’s degree programs in 2014.
But only 1,831 of them were in the U.K. or Germany, according a new report.
The report from the Center for American Progress Action Fund, which is backed by the National Education Association, is titled “Ph.
D.’s Are Worth the Money, but the Numbers Are Broken.”
The U.KS. is the only major industrialized country with a higher share of bachelor’s programs in agriculture than the U, which reached 27.2% in 2015, according the report.
Germany, on the other hand, has just 10.3% of its bachelor’s program in agriculture.
The data does not include the number or the percentage of students pursuing a bachelor’s in other fields.
U.C. Berkeley professor John P. Leibenluft said he believes the U is missing out on a valuable economic development opportunity.
“In the United States, if you go to any college, you can get a degree in anything.
And you can do a lot of different things with it,” Leibengltsaid.
“But we’re not really looking for them to have these jobs.”
The report also said there are fewer graduates than in the past.
About half of U.T. graduates in 2015 had a job by the time they graduated, compared to the 40.4% in 2014, the report said.
It also said U.U. graduates were less likely to hold full-time jobs.
“The reality is, the U was in a recession and the recession really put a crimp in those pathways.
So the number is really down.
And that’s probably a reason for the drop,” Lebrongtsaid, who has studied the economy and education.UConn associate professor Matthew G. Burda, who authored the report, said the trend could also be tied to the federal government’s changes to its job training programs.”
If you look at what’s happening in other industries, they have similar challenges.
They have higher education requirements, they’re more expensive.
They’re less likely, they can take longer to complete,” Burdasaid.
In addition, he said, more people are entering the workforce, which can lead to lower salaries for those who are already in the workforce.
“It’s not necessarily a bad thing, it’s just that a lot more people want to get out there and work, and that means the demand for labor in agriculture is higher,” he said.