grunt work

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grunt work

n (US inf) → Knochenarbeit f
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As a result, this year's crop of graduates is entering the strongest entry-level job market since the period of expansion that preceded the last recession.
The class of 2006 will soon graduate and join an entry-level job market that continues to strengthen, according to MonsterTRAK's annual nationwide survey of employers, college students and recent graduates.
I was extremely saddened to read that some people in the community characterize the type of entry-level job I was able to find as ``minimum wage and of no value to the community.
The book's profiles provide information about each company's: entry-level job opportunities, average salaries, hiring policies, and benefits.
The entry-level job at McDonald's at minimum wage is just the first step.
While the percentage of employers planning to hire college graduates in this year's MonsterTRAK Entry-Level Job Outlook has declined somewhat compared to last year, it is encouraging that over half still plan to hire 2009 graduates," said Jesse Harriott, senior vice president and chief knowledge officer at Monster.
In other words, if two computer programmer jobs are created and one less grocery store checker is hired, the net job creation is positive, but you're still seeing a decline in entry-level job opportunities.
Nearly 80 percent (77%) of them said entry-level job creation was a factor in how they will cast their vote.
What these teens need is a healthy entry-level job market where they can start acquiring the skills necessary to move onward and upward in their careers," said Michael Flynn, EPI's Director of Legislative Affairs.
2 /PRNewswire/ -- The Latin American Association (LAA) will host its 9th Annual Entry-Level Job Fair on Saturday, November 11, 2006 from 10 a.
The health of the entry-level job market was threatened this week as the Senate played political games with the minimum wage," said Michael Flynn, director of Legislative Affairs for the Employment Policies Institute.
An entry-level job is not going to be enough to go off cash assistance or to support a family,'' said Helen Reburn, chief deputy director of human services.