Hey Emily, great question! It all depends on what you want to do and where you think you want to grow. The first thing I would recommend is networking - reach out to professionals in the field or fields you are interested in and ask them if you can stop by with a coffee for a brief informational interview (no more than 30 minutes and be sure to come prepared with questions. Google 'informational interview questions' if you are not sure what to ask). Not sure how to identify professionals in the field? Try leveraging search features on LinkedIn that isolate people specific to your town or city. Also, leverage your family and friends. See if they know anyone, or know anyone who knows anyone in your field. Look online to see if there are free or low cost professional development gatherings locally that you can attend and do not forget to promote yourself when you are there! Once you begin networking in the profession you want to be in, start asking about entry level opportunities they might know of. Be clear on what you want to work on and do not be afraid to ask what they feel a competitive starting wage would be (and then ask for that wage when you are interviewing). In addition, you can always look at job boards such as Indeed or Monster. I also would highly recommend looking at job boards local to your area. Last, and most importantly, when you get to the interview stage with a company you want to work for, do your research! Google the company, read their website thoroughly, come prepared with questions that show you are not only are ready to do the work, but you also are excited about the company. I hope that was helpful and good luck to you on your career!