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WalletHub created a list of the best and worst entry-level jobs for recent college grads based on starting salaries, industry growth, number of jobs and education requirements.

The best entry-level job is a web applications developer, while the second best position is for an Information Security Analyst who protects an organization's computer networks and systems.

The No. 3 ranking was a tie between a web designer and attorney.

The top 10 best entry-level jobs:

  1. Web application developer
  2. Information security analyst
  3. (tie) Designer - web
  4. (tie) Attorney
  5. Software engineer
  6. Financial analyst
  7. Market research analyst
  8. Network engineer
  9. Training specialist
  10. Programmer

The worst entry-level jobs include high-risk, low-demand and typically low-paying jobs, with the last-place ranking being a consumer loan servicing clerk, a job in the finance and lending field.

The top 10 list of the worst entry-level jobs :

  1. Consumer loan servicing clerk
  2. Boilermaker
  3. Claims processing clerk
  4. Electronics assembler
  5. Architectural drafter
  6. Floor assembler
  7. Welder
  8. Teller
  9. Tool and die maker
  10. Policy processing clerk