From the folks at Grad School Hub.
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I have not vetted these figures, but some numbers don't seem realistic. We'll need > 50,000 new lawyers and 1,000 - 4, 999 new law professors in the next 10 years? English language and literature professors 10,000 - 49,999? But 0 - 999 environmental science professors?
I would take this with grain (or kilo) of salt.
"The reason in America it's very important what ten books freshmen will have to read is because everybody knows they'll never read another book afterwards." -- a French academic at a Sorbonne seminar on "political correctness"