It’s an age-old debacle: How are you supposed to get experience if every job requires you to already have experience? That’s where entry-level jobs come into play. They provide a way in for recent grads or those looking to transition to a new career.
“Entry-level jobs require two years or less of work, or have been specified by the company as entry level,” Shanna Briggs, the PR and media manager at FlexJobs, told BuzzFeed by email.
But it’s a task that’s infinitely easier if you’re looking at job titles that are hiring tons of entry-level workers.
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FlexJobs, a job database of hand-screened flexible and remote jobs, analyzed tens of thousands of positions posted between January 1 and May 31, 2022. From there, they filtered out jobs requiring a ton of experience to see what entry-level job titles were listed the most frequently.
According to their data, these job titles — which are all remote — are doing tons of hiring in 2022: