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Tips for Entry Level Job Seekers

By: Donna Chaffins | Date: September 12, 2017 | Categories: How To, Tips

While finding a job can be difficult in general, job seekers at an entry level position may seem nearly impossible. However, with a lot of perseverance and determination, you can actually land your ideal entry level position.

Tips for job seekers...

Here is what you need to do:

Tips for Entry Level Job Seekers

Be Persistent

This is important for any job, but when you are starting at an entry level position, persistence is key. Many jobs will require experience which is why you will need to keep applying, and searching until you can find someone to take you on.

Be Bold 

While many companies are looking for prior experience, you may land a job simply because you apply. Any experience, even if the position was not an official job, can be relevant for your potential job search. For instance, if you are interested in finance, and you were a treasurer at a school club, you may want to emphasize your experience.


Whether you are seeking a job from an agency or are preparing to enter a higher education program, a bit of networking can go a long way. Local speakers and even former classmates can be of great help when finding a future job.

Do Not Discount Job Agencies

A given agency’s purpose is to help you get settled into your position of choice. To get the most out of your agency, you need to be specific.

For instance, if you are seeking a career in accounting, you may want to reach out to accounting recruiting firms in your area.

On the other hand, if you are seeking a career in finance, whether you have an advanced degree or are simply looking to relocate, you can search for finance recruiting firms in your area. For example, if you are looking to settle within Orange County, search for “finance recruiters Orange County.”

When searching for an entry level position, patience and innovation are key to a potentially ideal position.

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