Getting your first job in your chosen career is the hardest. You lack relevant experience and interview skills. Employers view you as part child. Plus, there’s a lot of competition because of all the others who have just graduated.
Knowledge and preparation can lift you above the competition and land you the position you desire. Find your first job through intelligence and diligence.
Looking for a job isn’t fun. It can even be intimidating if you’ve never been through the process before. Finding your first professional position is important because it sets the baseline for the rest of your career. If you can land a good job now, you can have an even better job in a couple of years. Being underemployed can limit your career progress for years.