So you’re about to graduate and you’re looking for the best entry-level jobs you can find. It’s a daunting task, sometimes.
Never fear though graduates, our friends over at WalletHub have put together a list of the best entry-level jobs for you (as well as the worst ones… but we’re only gonna cover the best here).
The good news is, WalletHub says employers are likely to hire 26 percent more graduates of the Class of 2022 than the Class of 2021.
“Ultimately, many job-market entrants seek a career, not just a job. They want the attractive combination of a high starting salary and high growth for compensation and responsibility. They also want stability while doing what they love. The question is how to go about obtaining such things in the current job market.”
To come up with the rankings, WalletHub measured 108 different entry-level jobs in 12 key areas. Everything from starting salary, to job growth and job hazards and much more.
Immediate Opportunity takes into account things like starting salary, number of openings, and unemployment rates.
Growth Potential includes things like projected job growth, income growth potential, median annual salary and more.
Job Hazards measures fatal occupational injuries, and typicality of working more than 40 hours per week.
Given all that, here’s the best entry-level jobs for all you Class of 2022 graduates: