- of, relating to, or filling a low-level job in which an employee may gain experience or skills: This year's college graduates have a limited choice of entry-level jobs.
- suitable for or affordable by people buying or entering the market for the first time: These less expensive entry-level homes sell quite well.
- relatively simple in design, limited in capability, and low in cost: entry-level home computers and word processors.
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Examples from the Web for entry-level
Heather was hired for an entry-level position at the company soon after.Get Elected, Get Your Kids Rich: Washington Is Spoiled Rotten
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Near the beginning of Wolf, Belfort arrives on Wall Street for his first day of work as an entry-level stockbroker.Finally! ‘The Wolf of Wall Street’ Is Hollywood’s First 1990s Period Piece
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Many companies say sharply boosting the wages of entry-level employees would likely lead to less hiring.Walmart Calls Out The Nation for Its Low-Wage Internship Program
August 7, 2013
The rest will be recruited from campus for entry-level positions.Why Ernst & Young’s 10,000 New Hires Won’t Save the Economy
September 20, 2012
- (of a job or worker) at the most elementary level in a career structure
- (of a product) characterized by being at the most appropriate level for use by a beginneran entry-level camera
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