Strategic Campaigns reviews entry level positions.
The job market today is more competitive than ever. With more and more college grads entering the work force every year and the economy limiting the amount of jobs available it can be tough. If you are like most people at this stage of your career, it can be exciting and nerve racking. A lot of people have their degree, but no experience, while others have experience, but no degree. What a conundrum.
According to Alternet.org: “When you look at the specific numbers for Millennials, things look even bleaker. As of April, the jobless rate for workers under age 25 was an alarming 16.2 percent. A study by the think tank Demos found that 18- to 34-year-olds make up 45 percent of those who can’t find work. That’s a lot of stifled human potential.”
Ultimately there is no need to worry everyone has to start somewhere. As a matter of fact most of today’s most successful business leaders and CEOs all started entry level (many in sales).
According to Forbes Sales Representative is ranked #2 for best entry level roles, with an average starting income just shy of $50,000. They cite flexibility, environment, and the people that work in these roles as major factors.
Strategic Campaigns, Inc. starts the majority of our entry level staff in these types of positions. By having entry level employees spend at least a few months doing sales the amount of experience they are able to gain in a short amount of time is indispensable.
The beginning stages of someones career is very important. Probably the most important part is just get started. Get out there. Gain experience. Figure out your strengths and weaknesses. Enjoy the ride and have fun. Most importantly get started!
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