Finding a job sucks.
Ha, this was sitting in my queue, but it’s perfect timing after the video I posted yesterday!
I’ll never stop saying this: the “x-time-units of experience required” part in many a job announce is put there to weed the unwilling, the insecure, and the genuinely inept. You can either try to get an intern position while you still can, try to weasel every other experience that can be considered a job (up to including your studying years) as experience, or fake enough confidence on the interview to convince your future boss you can do the job despite being your first attempt at that field.
And for your first job, unless you have a very good brand of nepotism running on your family, you will have to low yourself and your expectatives, whenever you want or not. The important thing to learn is to present to the job at time daily and do what ordered , unless very degrading (I’m talking “A Serbian Film” level of degrading, not the “I’m a College Major and lifting boxes is way beneath my capabilities” concept of “degrading” many of you seem to have). In the future, even the time you were a burger fool or a retail slave will count as job experience in your dream job interview