Are Entry-Level Jobs Disappearing?

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New entrants to the workforce often face a bit of a Catch-22: In order to get experience, one typically needs to have had a previous job, but in order to get a job, one often needs some level of experience. Of course, one might expect this Catch-22 not to apply to so-called “entry-level” jobs. After all, that wouldn’t make logical sense.

But increasingly, employers are asking for experience even for jobs considered entry level.

A Decline in Entry-Level Jobs

“As anyone who’s graduated from university or applied for their first job in recent years can attest to, something new—and alarming—has

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