It can be very dispiriting, I know. When Times are really good, anyone with knowledge or skills has an excellent chance of getting a good job ; when times are tough even the best of us can struggle unfairly to get good work. Now, I'm sure it feels that way, but a rather doubt that "everyobody " around you is succeeding, though they probably try hard to give you that impression ; and you yourself probably don't try to share all your fears and uncertainties with them. We all tend to try to give the impression that we're doing fine, and to emphasize the good stuff. What matters is not to let yourself get too discouraged, and to keep trying. Sometimes it\s a good idea to take on voluntary work, either as an intern in the sort of work you plan to enter, or with an NGO or charity, both to keep busy and in the habit of getting up and working, and to fill the gap in your CV and show prospective employers your value, and that you don't easily give up. Best of luck ! What further advice can other readers offer ?
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