Slideshow This year's best entry-level jobs

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  • May 04 2015, 4:36pm EDT
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As technology changes, job paths take a different direction and new opportunities can blossom into fulfilling careers. WalletHub’s 2015 Entry Level Report points to the following 10 jobs as some of the best, with potential for growth into a career. WalletHub took stock of the entry-level job market and compared 109 different types of positions based on 11 key metrics, ranging from starting salaries to industry growth rates.
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10. Programmer

Immediate opportunity rank: 22t
Growth potential: 43
Hardship ranks: 16


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9. Financial analyst

Immediate opportunity rank: 5t
Growth potential: 17
Hardship ranks: 80


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8. Information security analyst

Immediate opportunity rank: 21t
Growth potential: 12
Hardship ranks: 46


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7. Web designer

Immediate opportunity rank: 27t
Growth potential: 23
Hardship ranks: 18


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6. Software engineer

Immediate opportunity rank: 3t
Growth potential: 26
Hardship ranks: 59


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5. Environmental engineer

Immediate opportunity rank: 26t
Growth potential: 11
Hardship ranks: 1


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4. Attorney

Immediate opportunity rank: 9
Growth potential: 1
Hardship ranks: 75


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3. Network engineer

Immediate opportunity rank: 7t
Growth potential: 10
Hardship ranks: 60


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2. Web applications developer

Immediate opportunity rank: 16t
Growth potential: 23
Hardship ranks: 16


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1. Training specialist

Immediate opportunity rank: 13
Growth potential: 17
Hardship ranks: 20

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