Top 25 Entry Level Jobs for College Grads

Last Updated Jun 21, 2010 6:42 PM EDT

What employers are offering entry-level jobs to college graduates?Now Hiring banner
That's the question that many graduates, who are looking for entry-level positions after college, are asking.

If you're a grad, who is searching for an entry-level job, head over to, which is a popular entry-level job site, has just released its list of the top employer sources of entry-level jobs for 2010. Verizon Wireless, which expects to fill 10,500 entry-level positions this year, sits at the top of the list. compiled its annual entry-level job list through its employer survey, as well as other hiring data. You'll find the top 25 employers who will be filling entry-level jobs this year below. You can see the entire entry-level job list at

Companies ..................................Projected Entry-Level Hires
  1. Verizon Wireless 10,500
  2. Enterprise Rent-A-Car 8,000
  3. Hewlett Packard 5,067
  4. Teach for America 4,500
  5. Peace Corps 4,140
  6. Hertz 3,500
  7. Ernst & Young 1,977
  8. KPMG LLP 1,750
  9. Target 1,700
  10. General Electric 1,600
  11. PricewaterhouseCoopers 1,440
  12. Sodexo 1,400
  13. Lockheed Martin 1,233
  14. Northrop Grumman 940
  15. General Dynamics Land System 710
  16. Kohl's Department Stores 700
  17. TEKsystems 700
  18. Sherwin-Williams Co. 700
  19. Vanguard 600
  20. Liberty Mutual 550
  21. AT&T 487
  22. Raytheon Co. 413
  23. 84 Lumber Co. 400
  24. Compass Group, N. America 400
  25. NAVAIR 400
Lynn O'Shaughnessy is the author of The College Solution, an Amazon bestseller, and she also writes for TheCollegeSolutionBlog. Follow her on Twitter.
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