Best and Worst Entry Level Jobs


May is a month of big dreams and immense pressures for graduating seniors across the country. It’s time to find a job, after all. With that in mind, WalletHub decided to conduct its 2014 Entry-Level Jobs Report, which takes stock of the entry level job market by comparing 109 different types of entry-level jobs based on 11 key metrics, ranging from starting salaries to industry growth rate.

Best Entry-Level Jobs Worst Entry-Level Jobs
1. Web Applications Developer I 100. Policy Processing Clerk
2. Information Security Analyst I 101. Tool and Die Maker I
T-3. Designer I – Web 102. Teller I
T-3. Attorney I 103. Welder I
5. Software Engineer I 104. Floor Assembler I
6. Financial Analyst I 105. Architectural Drafter I
7. Market Research Analyst I 106. Electronics Assembler I
8. Network Engineer I 107. Claims Processing Clerk
9. Training Specialist I 108. Boilermaker I
10. Programmer I 109. Consumer Loan Servicing Clerk I

For the full report, please visit:
Please let me know if you have any questions about the report’s findings or if you would like to schedule a phone, Skype, or in-studio interview with one of WalletHub’s WalletGurus.

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