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entry-leveladjective [before noun]

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used to describe the cheapest or simplest version of a particular product or service: The business of selling low-profit, entry-level personal computers is growing rapidly. an entry-level product
HR at or relating to the lowest level of an organization, type of work, etc.: an entry-level job/position an entry-level employee/worker entry-level pay/salary
entry level
noun [U]
HR This move could increase beginning salaries by thousands of dollars at entry level.
(Definition of entry-level from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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