Why do employers have such a double standard of only wanting experience but none of them ever help you get it if you don't have it yet? Not everyone can honestly do well in a job like fastfood/retail. If I could I would do something like that but it would be a complete waste of effort. Makes you really have no confidence when nobody wants to give you a chance.
If you don't get an internship or connects in college or grad school then you're SOL, and then you can look forward to 12 dollars an hour being a customer service rep or some equally shit job with no upwards movement
You're looking at fields in which your personal value added is very hard to judge, as a small part of a complex system, so they use experience as a proxy.
Try getting into a business where your own skill and capacity is easily demonstrable, such as carpentry.
Because they don't care about you, they care about making money.
Just stop the special snowflake act, it is pathetic. Sit down and figure out how you're going to get ahead.
For real. Why do you think that you should be able to suck shit in school and still have employers want you?
Changing the implications of your story makes you look like a liar, fyi. You should have stated what your gpa was from the start.
You never stated that you had axiety problems.
Wew, lad. You may as well just let this thread die and try again. You already look like a retard, nobody is going to take this seriously.
Well I said i can't handle a job like fast food and retail. I would never be good at it.
Oh and I don't even remember what my GPA was but all the possible ones wanted people with high GPAs and mine was just average. I got some good and some not as good grades.
What the fuck do you want? You want to find a job where you'll never have to interact with people? Find a job where you can telecommute, get over it somehow/find a way to deal with it or be content with being unemployed. There is no fourth option.