Entry Level Job

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Entry Level Job

A job available to a person with academic or some other qualification but little practical experience in the area. For example, a recent graduate engineer may take an entry level job at a firm where he/she assists a senior engineer in his/her own projects. An entry level job may give one the opportunity to develop experience and may lead to advancement of one's career. However, some entry level jobs do not pay well.
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I look at it more like a steppingstone,'' he said of the entry-level job.