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The company looking for experienced entry-level employees is practically a punchline in the tech industry, but it's not all that funny. A survey in 2018 actually revealed that more than 60% of listings for full-time, entry-level jobs require three or more years of experience. In other words, anyone hoping to climb the IT career ladder needs to start working on it before ever entering the job market.
There are several possible paths to scraping together relevant experience while still in school: internships, part-time work, work-study programs, even personal projects you can use to show the scope of your abilities. As a company that hires people straight out of school, we can tell you that those things make your resume stand out!
In fact, we're hiring right now. So take a look at the entry-level positions we currently have open and show us what you've got.