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What does the job market look like for entrepreneurship students?

The job market for students graduating in 2019 looks much like it did last year.

The number of students applying to get into entrepreneurship programs rose by 1.6%, to about 9,700.

That’s a lot, but not so much that it’s a surprise.

The last time the number of job seekers was that high was in 2007.

The year before that, in the first quarter of 2015, it was 6,000, and it was a record high.

The reason for that is that the number has been climbing every year since the start of the Great Recession.

In fact, the number was 7,000 in the fourth quarter of 2019.

But while this is a record for the economy, it’s not necessarily a record in terms of the number graduating.

The job growth was actually flat compared to last year, which was about 7,400.

The problem is, the increase in the number going into entrepreneurship schools has not been matched by the growth in job seekers.

This is because the number in those programs is much smaller than the number entering them.

That’s why this year’s numbers are even smaller.

For the first time in the last four years, more than half of the applications to enter entrepreneurship programs were for students who had never started one before.

That includes fewer than a quarter of the student applicants in the year prior, and fewer than 10% of the applicants in 2019.

The new numbers also reflect the growing number of people applying for jobs that are not opportunities.

And that’s not a good sign.

The jobs of the future are all going to be digital.

And with digital jobs, the need for a computer science degree is going to skyrocket.

A digital job is one that requires less education and less experience than the one that takes place in a classroom.

That means that many students are going to have to get an MBA and/or a college degree before they’re going to get a job in that field.

The number of jobs in the industry is going up.

There are more job openings than ever.

But the growth is coming from students who aren’t necessarily getting that first job that they’re looking for.

According to a recent survey by The Job Seekers Alliance, more people were looking for a job that paid less than $30,000 a year in 2019 than in the same time last year — a number that has not changed since 2012.

The trend continues.

For example, this month, more employers said they were looking to hire people with more than a bachelor’s degree than in any month in the past five years.

In addition, fewer students are taking the leap to the next level of education.

According the report, more students have taken their first steps toward getting a bachelor of science in 2019, and only one in four have completed the prerequisite for that degree.

While we don’t know what the future holds, we know that the job markets for students in 2019 look a lot like the ones that we have seen before.

The fact that the economy is still growing is likely due to the fact that a lot of students are still going to enter college with their parents’ money.

We still have a lot to learn from them.

If they want to be able to compete in the economy and have a better chance of getting a good job, they need to learn the skills that the employers are already offering them, such as digital skills.

But if you want to have a good shot at finding a good position, it might be best to work for someone who is looking to work on your team.

And if you don’t have that, maybe your company has more of a need for your digital skills than it does your business.

This is an opinion piece.

The views expressed in this article are those of just the author.