WASHINGTON — If you’re looking for a job for the next year, you’re going to need a Bible job.

That’s according to a new report by the Job Corps.

The nonprofit agency said it would spend $30 million this year to hire more than 3,500 Bible workers, including more than 300 for its Job Corps service.

The Job Corps has been an advocate for hiring Bible workers for decades.

The Bible Society is now the largest Protestant denomination in the U.S. and its members comprise one-third of the nation’s workforce.

The Society has made the Bible its first and most influential faith.

In 2017, the Bible Society announced that it would expand its Bible training programs to include Bible literacy classes, job bible classes, Bible clubs and Bible-reading events.

The groups goal is to fill the ranks of the Job corps, which currently has around 1,000 people.

In 2018, the Job Fellowship, the largest Bible service organization in the world, will add more than 1,400 Bible-trained workers to its workforce, including 500 in the Job camp, said Scott Moseley, president and CEO of the Society.

The organization’s job bible, The Bible in Action, will provide Bible literacy workshops and job bible clubs, as well as Bible reading groups.

The group is working to open two Job camps, which will include Bible-literate adults and children.

The Bible in Focus is partnering with Job Corps to add a Bible Bible Club, which is aimed at providing Bible-lover-friendly activities and services to those who want to learn about and become Bible-believing adults.

The program will be the largest Job Corps-sponsored Bible Bible program in the country, according to Job Corps spokesman Scott Mote.

Job Corps hopes to offer an equal number of Bible camps and Bible clubs.

In addition, the nonprofit will offer Bible-focused activities for young people ages 9 to 18, including a free Bible camp and Bible club, Mote said.