Members of the Class of 2019 have turned their tassels, and now it’s time to launch their careers. However, some first jobs are better than others.
WalletHub analyzed 109 entry-level positions, ranking them based on:
- Immediate opportunities, including salary and job openings
- Growth potential
- On-the-job hazards, including fatal injuries and the likelihood of working more than 40 hours a week
Based on WalletHub’s findings, here are some the worst (from least bad to worst of all) and best (from good to great) entry-level positions. The occupations’ scores are based on a 100-point scale.