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Highest paying UK entry level jobs of 2019 include Engineers and Analysts

Whether you’re a graduate with no experience behind you, or someone who is looking for a completely new challenge 15 years into working life, finding an entry level job that pays well but requires little to no experience is difficult.

Thanks to job review giant Glassdoor’s latest findings, we now have more of an insight into what kind of entry level jobs are out there for those looking for a salary boost.

As the results above show, things are looking positive for those looking to branch out into the Oil & Gas sector, with Mechanical/Design Engineers and Civil Engineers being in high demand, with businesses offering a healthy salary of over £28k.

Great news for IT enthusiasts too, as both entry level Software Developers and Engineers make the list.

Topping the chart with a massive salary difference of over £15,000 is Investment Banking Analyst, offering a staggering £50,752!

These salaries are based on Glassdoors annual report and are median base salaries.

Entry level salaries can vary depending on location and qualifications

Simon Calvert, Business Development Manager at First Recruitment Group commented, “We have seen highly competitive salaries in both our Oil & Gas, IT and Financial divisions, from entry level to more experienced employees. However, salaries really can vary. It’s important to note that these salaries will vary depending on your location, what level of education you have completed, i.e. Degree, Masters etc., competition for skills in your chosen sectors, and a company’s own hiring budgets for these positions.”

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