The Best and Worst Entry-Level Jobs for the Class of 2015
By Jacquelyn Smith
'Tis the seasons of caps, gowns, and diplomas - which means it's also time for the class of 2015 to start locking down jobs.
But with so many career options, the process of choosing one can be overwhelming.
To help, personal finance site WalletHub decided site to take stock of the entry-level job market.They identified the best and worst entry-level jobs of 2015 by comparing 109 different professions based on 11 key metrics, ranging from starting salaries to industry growth rate to number of job openings.
Here are the best and worst entry-level jobs for this year's high school and college graduates: