10 worst entry-level jobs
Recent college graduates are about to hit the job market and they’re looking for interesting career opportunities. But there are some jobs they may want to avoid.
WalletHub’s newest report pinpoints the 10 worst jobs with the least potential for career growth. The report took stock of the entry-level job market and compared 109 different positions based on 13 metrics in three dimensions: immediate opportunity, growth potential and job hazards.
For immediate opportunity, WalletHub evaluated data like average starting salaries and unemployment rates. Growth potential reviewed metrics like on-the-job training and median tenures with employers. Hazard data measured fatal occupational injuries and the likelihood of working more than 40 hours a week.
Employers in these fields could look for opportunities to strategize benefits packages to help attract and retain newer workers. Below, you’ll find the 10 worst entry level jobs of the year.