Entry-level meaning

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Of or relating to a job or position that requires little experience and is low in a hierarchy.

Entry-level wages.

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The definition of entry level is a starting point in the employment market, in education or when learning a new skill.

An example of entry level is the job a person usually gets when first graduating from school and entering the employment market.

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Appropriate for or one who is new to something, such as a job or activity.

An entry-level job in sales; an entry-level computer.

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Appropriate for a beginner; basic.

An entry-level digital camera.

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Designating or of a job or position offered to an inexperienced person, that usually pays low wages but provides training and experience and the prospect of future advancement.
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Basic; introductory.

An entry-level course in psychology.

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The lowest capacity, speed or capability. See entry-level PC.
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Simple enough to be appropriate to an inexperienced person, or to someone who does not need advanced features.
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