Analysing job listings for communications majors is not a new thing for Al Jazeera, but it is only now becoming a reality.
Since 2014, Al Jazeera has published the job-market profile of Alaska’s communication majors, with an aim to make the process of choosing a job easier and more transparent.
While the job market is far from certain, it is increasingly becoming more open for students in Alaska to apply for communications jobs.
Al Jazeera’s research team, in partnership with the University of Alaska Anchorage, has identified the top 15 communication majors in Alaska.
Among the top 10 are journalism, journalism arts and cultural studies, business administration, and international relations.
The top 15 journalism majors are journalism arts, media and entertainment, arts and social sciences, business, and business administration.
A majority of the communications majors in the top ten are women, according to the study.
Al Jazeera’s analysis, conducted by The Alaska Dispatch News, has revealed that the communication majors are not just looking for a career in the media but also in the arts and entertainment fields.
According to the report, arts majors have the highest percentage of job openings, with the majority of these openings in the online and mobile media industries.
The number of applications for arts majors has risen to more than 15,000 since 2014.
Many of the online news sites and news publications are attracting high numbers of applications from the media arts majors.
Alaska’s communications department has been expanding in recent years, and it has been able to attract more students with its new online courses.
In 2016, the department opened a new online course in the Department of Communication Arts, which allows students to pursue an online degree in a range of fields, including communications.
According to the University’s Business Administration department, more than 7,600 students have been admitted to the department’s online degree programs since 2016.
The university has also recently announced the opening of the Alaska Communication Arts Institute (ACAI) for students interested in pursuing the online degree.
Alaskans have been able get in touch with its directors to get an early start on their studies, said John McManus, director of the department.
The ACAI will take over the department, which is located at the university’s College of Engineering, and the online curriculum will continue to be offered through the Department.
“The department has always been a great place to work, and now we have more space and students to work with,” McManis said.
“I think we’ve done a pretty good job of getting our students interested, but the more time they spend working together with their professors and with their colleagues, the more they will appreciate what we offer.”
McManus said the department is working on expanding the curriculum, with a new curriculum that will allow students to continue working with professors from their undergraduate studies.
Alaskans interested in getting into the communications major should visit the departmental website, which offers a number of courses in various areas of communication.
In particular, students interested can apply for a communications master’s in the digital media arts.