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Thursday, May 3, 2018

The highest and lowest paying entry-level jobs



Many people who graduate with a bachelor's degree also graduate with thousands of dollars in student loans: The average amount of student loan debt for bachelor's degree recipients was $37,172, CNBC reported in 2018.
Unfortunately, earning an undergraduate degree doesn't mean you'll earn big bucks right out of college, but some entry-level jobs provide bigger paychecks than others. GOBankingRates analyzed Salary.com data to determine the lowest- and highest-paying careers that require a bachelor's degree, as well as the top three cities for each profession.
 You could find it hard to make ends meet with the following low-paying entry-level professions. Before applying for your first job out of college, you might want to reconsider taking one of these jobs you'll love with pay you'll hate.