ESPN has launched an online application process to help applicants find jobs on its sports and entertainment sites.

    The online application is available now on the company’s website.

    Applications for the job offer and other positions are open until the end of October.

    ESPN has been criticized for its online application, which is also a big source of complaints.

    The application requires applicants to provide a copy of their driver’s license or state ID card, and is limited to those who have a valid passport.

    The online application also asks for information about employment history, educational attainment, income and education.

    Applicants will be contacted via e-mail once they submit their application.

    The company said in a statement that it is “always open to new ideas and experiences” and is committed to supporting the diversity of our workforce.

    “The ESPN site has a wide variety of jobs, and many of the positions require skills that are not currently in demand,” the company said.

    “We are excited to offer these new jobs to new audiences, and we look forward to working with them to expand the ESPN experience for all of our fans.

    We encourage all of you to apply online and to reach out to us if you have any questions.

    We will respond to you as soon as possible.”ESPN has faced criticism for its use of the application, with critics claiming that the process was not fair and that applications were not processed in a timely manner.