U.K. and Germany have the highest percentages of computer science degrees in the world.

But those countries are more likely to have high rates of computer engineering degrees.

Here’s how.

| U.N.ICE/Greece source NBC New York title ‘This is our world’: What computer science and engineering graduates are learning in the U. S. | USA Today article “It’s a great country,” said Richard P. Riehle, the U,S.

executive director for the Association for Computing Machinery, a nonprofit group that promotes computer science education and training.

“It has a tremendous talent base.”

But the United States ranks second behind Germany, which has about 15.7% of its college graduates in computer science.

That compares with Germany’s 15.6%, according to the U.,S.

census data.

“I think people should recognize that this is our country,” P.P.R. said.

“The U.s. is a great place to study computer science.”

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has about 20,000 computer science professors and more than a million computer science teachers, according to data from the U-M.

That includes nearly 5,000 in the undergraduate computer science program, and more in the graduate program.

But it’s hard to track the number of computer scientists, since the numbers vary widely.

There’s no central government or university that tracks the numbers, so many programs rely on outside organizations to count their students.

The Associated Press also did not find numbers for the percentage of computer scientist graduates nationwide.

The Census Bureau said it doesn’t have the numbers for U. s. population, but it said the percentage is high, at 18% of the population.

In 2009, about 12% of U. k. residents had a computer science degree, according the Census Bureau.

The U,s.

Department of Education said in 2011 that the number was higher, with 19% of high school graduates with a computer engineering degree and about 20% of those with a science degree.

That is up from about 10% in 2002, the data show.

For students who are computer scientists and engineers, the school is the biggest predictor of their college success.

About 1 in 5 college students graduate with a bachelor’s degree in computer engineering or computer science, according data from U.A.E. Computer Science Center, a nonpartisan group that focuses on computer science programs.

For the most part, students who graduate with those degrees get a degree that focuses more on engineering than computer science or computer programming.

But there are exceptions.

For example, computer science graduates with an engineering degree have higher rates of graduating with bachelor’s degrees than those with an accounting or finance degree, the survey found.

For other types of degrees, the percentage does not show a consistent pattern.

Computer science degrees are also among the highest earners in the country.

About 25% of all bachelor’s graduates with bachelor degrees earn more than $100,000, the highest proportion among any field, according an AP analysis.

In computer engineering, the share of those earning $100 million or more is about 14%.

In finance, computer programming and other engineering degrees, computer scientists make up more than half the graduates who earn $100 or more.

For computer science bachelor’s, the figure is 17%, the highest among all majors, and the highest in engineering.

The top earning bachelor’s in the United states is associate professor Stephen C. Minkoff, who earns about $155,000 annually.

Mankoff, a computer scientist who has taught computer science for more than 40 years at Columbia University, said his computer science students are “really happy” with the program.

He also noted that many students are motivated by the chance to become engineers, as well as having the opportunity to get a good college degree and gain a job.

“They’re very motivated,” Mankout said.

Minskoff said he had to train many computer science graduate students in the field because they are highly sought-after.

He is one of about a dozen computer scientists in the Washington area, including Mankofs, who have become the leaders of the program at the University of Washington, where he teaches computer science courses.

“These guys are the ones who keep us going,” Minskon said.

For a number of years, Mankovers job was to provide computer programming tutorials to students and students at a few universities in Washington, D.C. The students, many of whom were computer scientists themselves, helped the university keep the program going.

Mokons students and colleagues were also instrumental in convincing universities to make computer science classes a regular part of the curriculum, he said.

In addition, they had to deal with students who were frustrated by computer science’s lack of interest in computer technology, he added.

Computer scientists can get a B or better in computer programming, Minskons students said, but the lack of training in computer coding can be daunting.

Some students