These are the best, worst entry-level jobs in 2022: Report

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With graduation season in full swing, a new study has revealed the best and worst entry-level jobs of 2022. 

Last week, personal finance website WalletHub published its annual report on the best and worst entry-level jobs, based on measurements of immediate opportunity, growth potential and job hazards. 

WalletHub compared 108 entry-level occupations based on 12 measurements including the number of job openings, median annual salary, income growth potential, work experience needed in a related occupation and typicality of working more than 40 hours per week. 

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FOX Business also found the average annual salaries of the top 5 best and worst entrylevel jobs using data from job search website Glassdoor. 

To see the results, here are the best and worst entry-level jobs in 2022, according to WalletHub, and how much they make per year, according to Glassdoor. 

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Best entry-level jobs in 2022

According to a new report from WalletHub, a software engineer is the best entry-level job in 2022.  (iStock)

1. Software Engineer: $106,752 

2. Electronics Engineer: $111,940  

3. Engineer: $76,775 

4. Systems Engineer: $77,430  

5. Industrial Engineer: $70,093  

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Worst entry-level jobs in 2022

104. Aircraft Painter: $68,186

105. Building Inspector: $69,962  

106. Emergency Dispatcher: $75,883

107. Floor Assembler: $47,740 

108. Boilermaker: $62,988 

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