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Sometimes, entry-level jobs get a bad reputation.

Think about it -- what do you think of when you hear about an "entry-level" position? Some phrases that come to mind could include "low-paying" or "low man on the totem pole."

These common stereotypes of entry-level jobs can hinder people from going after amazing opportunities, especially since there are incredible entry-level gigs out there that offer great salaries, benefits, and opportunities for growth.

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In this video, you'll learn how four simple words, when strung together, create anxiety, stress, and are also the cause of a lot of career mistakes! See if this relates to you...

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In 2014, Nick Walter made $66K while he was still in college. He did it by creating a simple video course on how to learn to program an iPhone app. He literally recorded himself learning how to use Swift, a new iPhone app programming language. He then uploaded the videos to Udemy.com, and sold the course for thousands. In his own words, anyone can: Today, his newest course has over 6,000 participants and a 4.5 star rating. Having done a little online research on Nick, here's why I think he was so successful:

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All marketing managers would like to consider themselves in the top 1% of their profession, but reaching that point requires passion and a willingness to take on an outsize level of responsibility. The rewards, however, are worth it. Related: The Secret To Being A Great Manager In 2012, Forbes said marketing management was the best-paying job available to the "people person," thanks to a remarkable 48.8% earnings growth potential. Since 'passion' and 'responsibility' may be a bit vague for most, here are some essential qualities any marketing manager can work on to magnify their success:

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