Hi AD, I encountered a similar problem. Last year I graduated from University and I needed to move on, but I didn't know where to start. My friend helped me with this, he explained how I should proceed. First of all, you need to create a high-quality resume so that the employer can easily evaluate your skills. I had to look through a lot of things on the Internet in search of an example of such a resume. I was able to find several options, but the best example resume was with copymyresume.com, it is so simple and well-chosen that it was not difficult for me to make my resume. After that, I sent out my resume and waited for a response. Very soon I received several answers at once and when I got to the interview, the employer started the conversation with the fact that he was impressed with the quality of my resume and this played a big role. I managed to get a job then, where I still work.