8 Amazing Jobs for Early Careerists

Are you breaking into an industry as a relative newbie? Or do you have three years of work experience under your best and trying to figure out what the next step is? If so, it’s important to understand the various levels and job titles on each rung of the ladder. Looking through hundreds of occupations on Glassdoor, we pulled out some of the most interesting jobs for early careerists or entry-level job seekers.
Here are a handful of well-paying jobs for those early in their careers. Polish your resume and apply now.
Public Relations Specialist
Average Base Pay: $60,845
Job Description: This role has ownership and accountability for building relationships with, augmenting, and maintaining a list of press, analysts, influencers, bloggers, and podcasters. You will pitch thought leadership, product news, and customer storytelling opportunities to secure coverage and tracking run items. Write and distribute press releases and other articles about the company.


Marketing Associate
Average Base Pay: $56,730
Job Description: A Marketing Associate helps plan and implement a marketing and advertising activities. For this role, you should understand the full marketing mix and be familiar with ways to analyze market research and customers’ behavior. You should also be able to create spreadsheets and analyze quantitative data to interpret ROI and KPI metrics. Ultimately, you should help achieve business goals through building strong marketing campaigns.

Customer Service Representative
Average Base Pay: $37,221
Job Description: A customer service representative, or CSR, will act as a liaison, provide product/services information and resolve any emerging problems that customer accounts might face with accuracy and efficiency. The best CSRs are genuinely excited to help customers. They’re patient, empathetic, and passionately communicative. They love to talk. Customer service representatives can put themselves in their customers’ shoes and advocate for them when necessary.
Sales Account Representative
Average Base Pay: $33,060
Job Description: Sales reps products and services using solid arguments to prospective customers. They perform cost-benefit analyses of existing and potential customers, and maintain positive business relationships to ensure future sales. You will provide complete and appropriate solutions for every customer in order to boost top-line revenue growth, customer acquisition levels and profitability.
Graphic Designer
Average Base Pay: $52,589
Job Description: The perfect candidate is highly creative and artistic, able to innovate and create in the blink of an eye. This person is incredibly visually minded, being just as skilled with a pad of paper and a pen as they are in computer graphic programs. They set high standards for themselves and the work they produce, never resting until each project is done to perfection.
Average Base Pay: Varies
Job Description: Captioners or Captioning Agents provide excellent customer service by dictating/captioning a variety of conversational topics verbatim while maintaining a high level of accuracy. Many captioners work from home and enjoy a flexible work schedule. Employees are provided training prior to transcribing for customers.
Investment Banking Analyst
Average Base Pay: $101,377
Job Description: Investment bankers are responsible for a wide range of duties including raising capital, providing advisory services for mergers and acquisitions (M&A) and other corporate transactions, completing valuation work, and marketing the value of the banks’ expertise to client companies. Investment banking analysts are typically straight out of top undergraduate programs, and join the bank for a two-year analyst program starting in the late summer after graduation, with the possibility of a third year option in certain instances.
Staff Accountant
Average Base Pay: $61,478
Job Description: The Staff Accountant is responsible for assisting with the preparation of monthly financial analysis reports, developing and maintaining department budgets and generating cost reports. The successful accountant will also collect pertinent information for third-party audits, oversee financial reporting and operations and will be the first point of contact for accounting issues.