College students get ready, graduation is right around the corner. Before you picked your major in college did you study and find out what profession would bring your wallet more money? Hopefully the major you picked will land you with some if these top professions. WalletHub has released "2018’s Best & Worst Entry-Level Jobs" report. WalletHub got all the data they compared hundreds of entry-level positions and they had 13 metrics they used for measuring. "The data set ranges from median starting salary to projected job growth by 2026 to median tenure with employer." said Diana Popa  WalletHub's Communications Manager.

Here are the best entry level jobs:

  1. Systems Engineer
  2.  Engineer
  3. Electrical Engineer
  4. Hardware Engineer
  5. Web Applications Developer
  6. Health, and Safety Engineer
  7. Certified Nursing Assistant
  8. Industrial Engineer Architect

Here are the Worst Entry Level Jobs:

100. Sheetmetal Mechanic
101. Refinery Operator
102. Automotive Mechanic
103. Aircraft Painter
104. Building Inspector
105. Tool and Die Maker
106. Carpenter
107. Boilermaker
108. Floor Assembler
109. Welder

Are you surprised by the outcome? Did your profession make the list? You can see the full report from WalletHub here.