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If you have done some personal projects and/or have a portfolio to present, the « on field experience » can become a second priority if you did good stuff.
If not, try to do a side project with a palette of your competences in the field.
Otherwise you can try to get ouf internships to build experience.
I’d say it really depends on where you live because here it’s easy finding entry level jobs.
Besides, good luck!
Sugar653243d@2lazy2debug Thanks for your advice! I
AleCx0422250242dWhat my dude @2lazy2debug said is solid af.
Adding to it, if you successfully contributed to the development of software during your internship and you have a way to convey this into yout info then by all means man. Some of us would happily accept this as sufficient experience for certain positions in a full fledged job.
Also, the way you present yourself makes all the difference.