Best and worst entry-level jobs

Best and worst entry-level jobs

(WVUE) - The website WalletHub.com studied entry-level jobs in the U.S. to rank them best to worst.

Training specialist, web applications developer, network engineer, attorney and environmental engineer all made the list of best entry level jobs.

Rounding out the five worst entry-level jobs are floor assembler, sheetmetal mechanic, refinery operator, consumer loan servicing clerk and claims processing clerk.

The website says the rank doesn't necessarily reflect income, but 11 different factors like number of job openings and income growth potential.

To view the complete list, click here: http://bit.ly/1Pi2OBa