As a new grad, no matter what field, the position will be slightly "entry level". And what job you will get will depend on what your area of interest is. If you are interested in sales, marketing, then you would find an entry level job focusing on that. If you have an interest in accounting/finance and get a minor in that, then you'd try and find an entry level job in that respective field. There are some great companies out there who look for stellar new grad candidates, mine being one.
My suggestion would be before even graduating, try to set yourself up for success while in college. Try to apply for internships and extracurricular activities/studies that will enhance your experience so when you enter the work force, you have some experience/skill set to bring to the table and set yourself apart from other candidates. Then just gain some experience those first few years post college and think ahead to where you can/want to go. I did a few jobs out of college that were not the most fun, but I gained some strong experience and it later came back to help me out years later.
As for wages, don't expect to come out of school making a ton. Those are the tough years where you have to think about gaining experience more than "title" and "wage". As for how much you could make, it completely depends on where you live, the industry, and company.