Sentence Examples


  • Although many colleges and universities now offer specific degree programs in public relations and advertising, a journalism background is typically considered sufficient preparation for an entry-level job in these fields as well.
  • While a bachelor's degree in business can help employees land a variety of entry-level jobs, an MBA is likely to present more professional opportunities and give graduates the tools they need to advance their own careers.
  • Recent graduates of paralegal schools traditionally find entry-level positions with law firms or in corporate legal departments and pursue more challenging and financially rewarding jobs as they gain experience.
  • You will be taught interior design fundamentals and learn to use industry related equipment, tools technology to help prepare you for entry-level positions in a variety of professional interior design firms.
  • It is described as a light-weight shoe and is generally recommended for entry-level cheerleaders because more advanced stunts and tumbling may affect the overall durability of the shoe.