An illustrated infographic titled By The Numbers: Year In Review, a look at the College's 2013 Annual Report stats by Steve Brearton." The infographic is divided into three sections.
The first section is titled Current Members and lists the following data about members in good standing. In 2013 there were 238,201 members in good standing. 223,667 of these members chose English as their language preference. 14,534 chose French as their language of preference. For the age range 20-30, 20% of members are Male and 80% are Female. For the age range of 31-40, 25% of members are Male and 75% are Female. For the age range of 41-50, 29% of members are Male and 71% of members are Female. For the age range of 51-60 29% of members are Male and 71% are Female. For the age range of 61 and older, 32% of members are Male and 68% of members are Female. For Female members the average age is 42. For Male members the average age is 44. 10% of Male Ontario Certified Teachers have principal qualifications. 5% of Female Ontario Certified Teachers have principal qualifications. Overall 63,017 of Ontario Certified Teachers are Male and 175,184 members are Female.
The next section is titled, Members Certified By Decade and lists the following data: In 2013, 2% of members were certified in the 1960s. 6% of members in the 1970s. 11% in the 1980s. 24% in the 1990s. 40% in the 2000s. 17% in the 2010s.
The next section is titled, Geographic Distribution and lists the top five member countries of initial education and the top five provinces of initial certification. The top-5 countries are: one, Australia. Two, India. Three, England. Four, Scotland. Five, Jamaica. The top five provinces are: one, Ontario. Two, Quebec. Three, British Columbia. Four, Alberta. Five, Nova Scotia.