The first thing to know about the job market for the GMEs English majors is that the job hunt is intense.
This year’s job market has been marked by a dramatic rise in applications for the most popular majors: English majors.
In 2018, there were 2,814 applications for English majors, up more than 6% from last year.
According to a recent report by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, applications for majors have jumped by nearly 13% over the past year.
The number of applicants for English major jobs increased by 8% from January to May 2019, according to a BLS report released Monday.
The overall number of applications is up 3% year over year, the BLS reported.
The average age of English majors increased from 31.3 to 33.1 years, while the average bachelor’s degree earned by English majors grew from 25.4 to 26.6.
The numbers of applicants from overseas are up almost 9% over last year, according the BSS report.
The U.S. was the only country that saw a decrease in applications from overseas, the report said.
Applicants from overseas account for almost one-third of the applications for major English majors in the U.K., the U, France and Germany, the data showed.
In Canada, there are about 1,300 applicants for majors.
The top two spots on the international application are for majors from the Uruguay, Australia and New Zealand.
“It’s a very challenging job market and we’re seeing a lot of young people applying for this type of job,” said Andrew Farrar, vice president of communications and external affairs at the GMS Group, a British recruiter.
“There’s a lot more than we see in the UK right now.”
Some of the jobs available for English Majors are in marketing and sales, finance, information technology, legal, social media and media, according in a report from recruiting site Glassdoor.
The job market is expected to remain tough in 2019, Farram said.
The biggest challenge is recruiting the right candidates, especially when you don’t know who you’re getting into a field for, he said.
That means the job opportunities for English Major applicants are very different from those of other majors, such as nursing, nursing arts and education.
“The challenge is that there are a lot less opportunities for people to get into nursing,” he said, “so you’re looking for people who can learn about the nursing profession, who can be trained in a particular area, who are passionate about nursing.”
The biggest reason why English majors are not looking for more work is that they don’t have enough applicants, said Michael Mascarenhas, chief operating officer at the American Society of Civil Engineers, a professional organization that works with employers on workplace safety issues.
“We don’t see the number of job openings coming out of nursing programs,” Mascares said.
“The people who are interested are the ones who have applied, but that’s not enough.”
While the U-2 and U-3 flights are now over, the job seekers still must be prepared for the winter weather.
According a recent poll, about 30% of U. S. residents have not yet applied for a job that requires at least a two-year degree.
The job market in the Northeast has been particularly tough in recent months, with companies saying they are hiring fewer than 10,000 full-time employees in January.
The shortage of jobs is making the job search especially difficult for people with a Master’s Degree in English, said David Mardini, a senior research associate at the Boston University Graduate School of Education and Leadership.
He said this lack of available jobs makes it harder for people from countries like the U.-2 and the U -3 countries to find work.
“If you’re in a country that doesn’t have a lot job opportunities, you can’t really get the experience, the experience you need,” he told Business Insider.
“It can make it more difficult to find the right job.”