Leading Entry-Level Jobs : Here Are 10 Fastest-Growing Entry -Level Jobs
July 8, 2022
June 14, 2022
While you don’t have to change your career path, knowing where opportunities lie may help you land the right job for you.
|Job Title||Year-Over-Growth (%)|
|Sales development representative||191.7|
|Business development representative||178.1|
|Talent acquisition specialist||175.1|
|Inside sales representative||31.4|
|Table: Gabriel Cortes / CNBCSource: LinkedIn|
The top job, sales development representative, has a salary rate of $35,000-$60,000, according to LinkedIn. Desired skills include cold-calling, lead generation and sales prospecting.
The No. 2 position, business development representative, brings in a salary between $31,200 and $60,000. Candidates should have software as a service (SaaS) and customer relationship management skills.
It also helps to know what industries are growing fast. Different sectors, including health care, hospitality and recruiting, are all looking for entry-level workers, LinkedIn found.
Not knowing where to start is holding many Gen Z job seekers back, Lewis said. Begin by setting time aside to make a plan. “Reflect on what I like, what I don’t know,” she said. “What summer jobs I’ve done.
“What do I want and how does that translate into potential job opportunities?”
Creating a LinkedIn profile, building a network and engaging on the platform can also help you start finding job opportunities.
Check out career websites for postings, as well. When searching for jobs, set up an alert so you can be notified as soon as roles are posted.
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