There are many entry level jobs available for qualified candidates, and yet some job seekers wonder if they wouldn't be better served by holding out for positions of greater esteem and higher pay.
There's a perception by some that taking entry level work for which they may be overqualified could devalue them. In reality, entry level work is far preferable to periods of idle time on a resume. A majority of employers view these periods as questionable indicators of a lack of work ethic.
On the other hand, there's much to be said for knowing your value in the workforce. Taking a low-paying entry level position just for the sake of having work could slow your career path, and prevent you from finding the type of work you're best suited for.
Professional recruiters not only help people find work, but they can also offer valuable job counseling for those uncertain of the best path to take.