The 10 Best Entry-Level Jobs On LinkedIn Right Now
Ready to hit the ground running at the start of your career? This week’s LinkedIn roundup features the most exciting jobs that require minimal (or zero!) experience.
Whether you’re fresh out of school or looking to transition in the workforce with a year or two of experience behind you, there’s no need to resign yourself to some humdrum beginner’s gig.
Nowadays, there are all sorts of exciting opportunities out there for the right candidates that are eager to learn and get after it. Poke around and see what catches your eye. Then, start sprucing up that cover letter, tidying up that LinkedIn profile, and getting as prepared as possible, because competition for gigs this sweet can be pretty stiff.
Wanna help make things beautiful in the world of beauty? The game-changers at BeautyCon are looking for a GD with a “clean, playful sensibility” to create visual assets for their newly revamped digital media platform. And of course, you’ll partake in designing elements for their epic conferences. Two to three years of experience required.
This Chicago, IL-based creative agency is looking for a whipsmart wordsmith to develop content and concepts for clients. One to 3 years of experience is preferred for this full-time position in their uber hip-looking offices.
The digital media bigwigs behind Who What Wear, Byrdie, My Domaine, Obsessed and College Fashionista are looking for a marketing whiz in LA to join their ranks and help manage workflow for media campaigns.
This recruitment giant is looking for future badass consultants to train from the ground up. They’re open to any college major, so long as you’re ready to be competitive and outgoing, there’s strong earning potential here; in addition to your base salary, there’s an uncapped commission policy. Target earnings for your first year are $70K, and there are substantial additional perks like 20 days of PTO, Beer O’Clock Fridays, and according to the job listing, Rolex watches. #ballin
Did Hidden Figures leave you inspired as hell? For everyone who came away from the film cursing their pursuit of the liberal arts rather than a skill set that would enable you to become a world-course-altering mathematician, here’s your chance to get in with NASA, albeit in a different capacity.
The Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena is looking for a writer to work on stories about the NASA community for publications and the website. A news writing background is preferred, and science knowledge is encouraged, though not required.
Join the ranks in promoting that iconic red sole with this PR position that will consider applicants that are totally new to the game (i.e. zero years of experience). You’ll be wrangling sample send outs, press-release writing, and maintaining existing relationships.
Got a knack for flat lays and getting creative with visual content on the ‘gram? The drugstore-favorite cosmetics company is looking for someone who inherently understands creative asset needs for social channels, as well as someone who’s got a knack for event reporting.
First things first: This job is in Rome, Italy. How dreamy is that? As for the details of what you’d be doing day to day, they’re seeking a marketing strategist to help manage brands and clients at this global staffing agency. One year of relevant experience is preferred, and an MBA will score you extra points.
This Washington D.C.-based credit-improvement agency is looking for a writer to assist in conducting research, write blog posts and educational guides, and help develop in-house video content. A bachelor’s degree is required, and they’ll consider remote workers, though be warned that some weeks, you might be putting in 50 to 55 hours.
This Singapore-based customer service gig will allow you to join the ranks of one of the coolest co-working and creative collaboration companies out there. You’ll be in charge of collecting payments from members in all WeWork locations in Korea, so if you’re hyper organized, have a knack for getting people to fork over their due dough, and want to try your hand at life overseas, this could be a game-changer.
Words: Deena Drewis
Photo: Daria Kobayashi Ritch