Entry Level, what does it really mean?
It is what it sounds like, a job where you start at the bottom, in a position that isn’t always glamorous. People take these types of jobs to get their foot in the door at a company. A good company to start at is large enough, and allows you to acquire new skills and move up, level by level, to better paying positions. Entry-level positions often do the thankless, sometimes tedious work, that nobody else wants to do.
These are some typical entry level positions:
Trainee ~ Customer Service ~ Sales Representative Assistant
Front Desk Reception ~ Recruitment Assistant
It’s a job with a paycheck!
Use it as an opportunity to learn as much as possible about work, about life and about people.
What’s inside the free Entry Level JacKit:
- Entry Level Explained.
- How to Rise Above Entry Level.
- Internships ~ Paid and Unpaid.
- Other useful links to resources.