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Apr 27, 2017 9:14 AM

Graduating Soon? These are the best - and worst - entry-level jobs


Graduation is just around the corner, and many college grads will be looking for employment with their new degrees.

Luckily, WalletHub, a personal finance website has just released its report on 2017's Best and Worst Entry-Level Jobs.

Analysts compared 109 jobs based on 12 key metrics including median starting salary, projected job growth, and median tenure with employer.

Check out which jobs came out on top and which ones fell to the bottom of the totem pole.

The Best Jobs

1. Engineer I

2. Systems Engineer I

3. Architect I

4. Web Applications Developer I

5. Electric Engineer I

6. Safety Representative I

7. Training Specialist I

8. Software Engineer I

9. Electronics Engineer I

10. Chemical Engineer I

The Worst Jobs

100. Sheetmetal Mechanic I

101. Machinist I

102. Carpenter I

103. Aircraft Painter I

104. Automotive Mechanic I

105. Tool and Die Maker I

106. Plumber I

107. Boilermaker I

108. Floor Assembler I

109. Welder I

Check out the rest of the list, here.

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