How much do a entry level Java developer earn?
Something around 15k onwards....depends on where you work and what experience you have.
An entry-level player can earn a maximum of $850,000 per year. The limit rises throughout the agreement, to $925,000 in 2011. But players on entry-level contracts can earn bonuses (e.g. for reaching benchmarks like goals or goaltender wins) Jan 8 - 2011, this has now changed t $900,000 the first year up to $1,000,000 the third of an entry level contract.
Data entry can be a variety of applications - I'm doing data entry as I'm answering this question. Data entry is entered by a keyboard. You can earn money at sites that pay you for answering questions. You can earn money by writing content for websites. You can earn money by programming, building websites, etc. Data entry is everywhere
no such thing as an entry level mutual fund manager, has to have some solid experience to be a supervisor in a fund team, but you can be an entry level fund accountant that tracks the NAV calculations and does other tasks, and can make about 35K, and move to manager position depending on the company.