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STUDY: The best and worst entry-level jobs for the class of 2018

This time of year can bring stress to a lot of college graduates eager to get their feet wet in the workforce.

But, what students majored in may not match up with the most successful jobs out there. To find out what the best jobs are, compared 109 entry-level positions across several key metrics.

Its data set ranges from median starting salary, to projected job growth by 2026, to median tenure with employer.

The top 10 best jobs that made the list are:

Systems Engineer Engineer Electrical Engineer Hardware Engineer Web Applications Developer Env., Health, and Safety Engineer Electronics Engineer Certified Nursing Assistant (Nursing Home) Industrial Engineer Architect

According to the study, some of the worst entry-level jobs are:

Sheetmetal Mechanic Refinery Operator Automotive Mechanic Aircraft Painter Building Inspector Tool and Die Maker Carpenter Boilmaker Floor Assembler Welder

To view the entire list, read the report here.

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