In jobs we find in papers and Internet. They put "No Experience " and "Entry Level" Are they both the same as "No Experience "
I guess no experience encapsules fresh grads? While entry level is more like.. skilled workforce? just a guess
I guess they are somewhat the same..
No experience is really no experience needed, and sometimes they will indicate trainings provided or they will OJT (On the Job Training)
Entry lvl may be a mixture of both? If you have this set of skills, you will stand a higher chance of getting hired..
It all depends on the things written at the Job Description bahh. And if you not sure, just send resume only. If they want you, they will inform you.
Actmedia is looking for Brand Ambassadors to distribute product samples to shoppers to foster sales, communicate product information and its promotions.
- Friday to Sun
- Sat to Sun
- 12pm - 8pm
- 8am - 4pm
- 16 years old and above
- Singapore/PR may apply
- proactive and good manners person
- Able to talk in front of public
- Promoting of drink/food products at supermarkets
Fill up form if interested
Thank you for the information.
Entry level stands a higher chance, I guess
I think there is a little difference,under entry level freshers will come but in case of no experience some body who is having experience in another domain r who wasted thier time in something for some years that type of persons will come.and coming to the job interview they both will be same with fresh mind trainers will train them as per thier requirements.