With job openings growing so quickly, graduates of elite universities are increasingly finding themselves in demand by employers.

According to the latest numbers from CareerBuilder, a job listing website, college grads accounted for more than 11% of the hiring of new jobs in 2019.

That number jumped to more than 20% in 2020, and reached more than 25% in 2021.

The demand for grads has also continued to grow, as the number of grads in high-paying positions such as executive assistants has increased.

The job market has also grown more competitive for grad candidates.

According to the College Board, employers now require candidates to have an “A” in their final grade to get hired, up from a requirement of a “B” in 2019 to a “C” in 2020.

College grads, who were only 11.5% of employers in 2019, now account for 20.3% of new hires, up 3.6 percentage points from 2020.

College grad employment has been on the rise for a number of years.

In the late 2000s, employers wanted graduates with a PhD and other specialized skills to fill high-demand positions.

The industry’s demand for these workers was fueled by the financial crisis, when students were pushed out of the workforce as the economy was crippled.

The recession also pushed many graduates out of their homes and into college to take on more debt, which led to a spike in the cost of attending college.

In the years since, the number and growth of college grad employment have steadily grown.

According to CareerBuilder , there were approximately 5.6 million college grad jobs in the United States in 2019 and an additional 2.9 million in 2020 (up from 1.5 million in 2019).

This represents a 23.6% increase in job openings since the start of the recession.

Even though the number has continued to rise, college graduates are still underrepresented in the workforce.

According, the median earnings of graduates are only $40,000 per year, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, down from $61,000 in 2015.

While these numbers may seem small, many of these jobs are filled by graduate students.

If you want to get ahead in the world, go to college, but it’s not all that easy.

This is the advice we gave to our best college grad.