Glassdoor, the job site that allows employers to search for job candidates, recently announced a new “entry level” job.

The job includes a minimum salary of $47,000.

According to Glassdoor’s job board, the entry level position includes working as a social worker and assisting clients in a variety of social services.

The entry level job also includes working in a “special needs setting.”

Glassdoor’s new entry level jobs are only available for individuals who have a bachelor’s degree, have at least a high school diploma, and are at least 18 years old.

Those looking to get paid at $47 per hour will need to have completed the first six months of training.

Those who have completed two years of training, and who do not have a highschool diploma or have at most a high high school equivalency diploma, will have to complete a two-year intensive program, which Glassdoor calls the “advanced placement” program.

This will require a minimum of 20 hours of study per week.

Those interested in the entry-level position will have the opportunity to interview with a team of social workers, social workers who have been with the company for at least five years, and other social workers.

Glassdoor says that the entry degree is required to be eligible for this position.

Those applicants with a bachelor of science degree or higher will be eligible to apply.

Those who have taken the Advanced Placement Program at an accredited college or university are eligible for the advanced placement program.

Applicants must also have completed at least 10 semester hours of college-level coursework.

Glasshole also has an “entry-level” job for social workers that has a starting salary of less than $45,000, but the salary is subject to a $10,000 “advance payment.”

Those who do well in the Advanced placement program can earn a monthly salary of at least $100 per month.

The average pay for a full-time social worker in the U.S. is $45.49 per hour, according to Glassholloway.