There are a ton of Ontario government jobs on the market right now and you don't need tons of experience to snag them.

The best part? Despite being entry-level positions, these jobs pay super well — some pay up to $114k a year. 

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The positions are mostly paid internships, including a biologist intern, an Indigenous relations intern, a wildlife intern, and a team leader, to name a few.

While job experience isn't required for these roles, many of them do request that you have a valid class 'G' driver's licence and some prefer a postgraduate diploma or a college or university education.

Each job posting has a list of knowledge and skills the organization is looking for, so make sure to read each one carefully to see which best fits your interest and skill set. 

Various Entry-Level Positions

Salary: Up to $114,000 a year.

Company: Government of Ontario 

Who Should Apply: Young professionals in the early stages of their careers. Some positions prefer a form of post-secondary education and a class "G" driver's licence. 

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