For college students who will be graduating soon, those who have already walked the path have some advice for you – take an internship, practice, work for free — whatever you do, get some experience. Recent college graduates are finding that without experience, this job market is extremely tough for them. Emily Willard graduated in May and is finding it difficult to land full time employment. She said she’s been in school for several years, and has no job experience. Her major didn’t require an internship for graduation, but now she wishes it had. Bo Burdette graduates in December, and he is already feeling the pressure grow. He said the college he attends sends constant emails about career fairs and opportunities for networking. However, he said, he could use help in getting set up with an internship. His lack of experience in a practical setting has already proven to be a detriment to him in the job search. Other universities do offer help in securing internships or may even provide a job co-op program. Jennifer Turner was part of a co-op all her years at college, and hightly recommends it. She said it is great experience and helped guide her career choice.