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Subject:Entry-level From:"RICHARD.NICKEL" <jrnickel -at- XTRA -dot- CO -dot- NZ> Date:Wed, 29 Oct 1997 22:13:17 +1300
I keep taking my hat off to the prospective employee who:
> kept emphasizing that we'd advertised for entry-level! He took that
> to mean that he didn't really need qualifications (other than a desire
> to learn). Personally I didn't know what to make of that--*does*
> entry-level mean no experience whatsoever?
The American Heritage Dictionary (I presume this is what a dictionary is
for!) defines 'entry-level' as:
"Appropriate for or accessible to one who is inexperienced in a field or
new to a market: an entry-level job in advertising; an entry-level
jrnickel -at- xtra -dot- co -dot- nz