Definition of entry-level in English:

entry-level

Syllabification: en·try-lev·el

adjective

1At the lowest level in an employment hierarchy: he was hired as an entry-level research assistant
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  • And most bosses do not expect their entry-level employees to know every artist from the dawn of history.
  • Most start in entry-level jobs, such as data processing and mail sorting.
  • The majority of identity thefts occur thru contractors employing people in entry-level jobs that have not been properly screened.
1.1(Of a product) suitable for a beginner or first-time user; basic: entry-level computers
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  • The cost of broadband in the UK is falling, especially with the surge in interest for entry-level products.
  • Another factor was the drop in prices, especially for entry-level products, which has perked up purchases by small and medium enterprises and homes.
  • Shouldn't they have produced at least some entry-level product by now?
Synonyms
introductory, elementary, basic, first, starter, junior

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