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For all you college-graduates and career-changers out there, I feel your pain. You mostly likely have finished your four-year education enlightened and in a world of debt, thinking that your prospects for employment in your field are highly unlikely. You might be thinking that it’s too late for you and that you’re too under-/overqualified to switch careers and start anew. It may take you longer than anticipated to find your dream job, but that does not mean that your chances to find an entry-level job are weak.
There are entry-level jobs to get your professional life started and to gain priceless experience, while you plan for future. Some of those popular jobs include being a pharmaceutical sales representative and working in software development. You may think that because you don’t have experience in these areas, that you are doomed. Well, think again! You’re about to discover a list of 10 fabulous entry-level jobs that pay well and require very little experience to start.
You’re counting down the months, days, hours, minutes until you get that advancement at your company that officially carries you away from the dreaded “entry-level” title. Instead of dwelling on the ‘bib and pacifier’ that comes along with being the baby on the job, due to a change in career or just starting out from college, try to look at the advantages of working your way up.
Upper-level execs look for employees who are willing to work their way from the bottom to the top, and know every aspect of the company while getting there. Isn’t it better to watch an employee grow internally then to have to go through the hassle of outsourcing someone with the required experience? Why go to the store for flowers when you can pick them from your own garden??
Treat your entry-level job now as the first step to your corner office, and follow these five steps to get there in no time.