#1. Why inexperienced workers can’t get entry-level jobs.
College graduates are leaving university and applying to jobs, only to find something new – and alarming – happening: entry level jobs have now disappeared. According to an analysis of so-called entry level jobs on LinkedIn, 35% of postings for “entry-level” positions asked for years of prior relevant work experience. In certain industries, that requirement is even more common, especially in IT, where more than 60% of listings for software and IT services required three or more years of experience. How do workers go about getting that all-important first job? Internships, connections, to start. Read more at the BBC.