Grads Guide to Getting Hired 2020 – Entry Level

Updated: Dec 14, 2020



In our Grads Guide To Getting Hired series we share tips and advice for grads seeking and competing for jobs. If you are getting ready to enter the workforce the best piece of advice we have is to be flexible! Assess your skills and where they can be best applied.

According to LinkedIn there are thousands of entry level positions available.


Material Handler

Top skills for this job: Forklift Operation, Shipping & Receiving, Order Picking


Food Service Worker

Top skills for this job: Time Management, Customer Service, Food Preparation


Developer

Top skills for this job: HTML, Big Data, Git


Technician

Top skills for this job: HVAC, Electrical Troubleshooting, EPA


System Engineer

Top skills for this job: VMWare, System Administration, Windows Server


Customer Service Specialist

Top skills for this jobCustomer Service, Data Entry, Time Management


Java Software Engineer

Top skills for this job: Spring Framework, Hibernate, Java


Physician Assistant

Top skills for this job: Advanced Cardiac Life Support, Suturing, Electronic Medical Record

(EMR)


Surgical Technician

Top skills for this job: Surgical Assisting, Patient Safety, Basic Life Support


Product Manager

Top skills for this job: Product Management, Product Strategy, Product Development

This article is part of our Grads Guide to Getting Hired series; job search and career advice for grads seeking and competing for jobs.

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