I admit it is my own fault for not having a job until now. Everyday I think about how I could've have jobs in high school and in college over the summer. This is what I'm trying to do. I also wished I could have volunteered, to get some skills. A lot of it has to do with me not being comfortable around people and my speech impediment. I have no skills. I took an internship that I hate, so I've acquired minor skills recently, but I know that isn't enough. I'm currently looking for volunteer opportunities. Everytime I don't get a call for an interview I think about what I could do to make myself stand out more. I applied to many jobs since March, with a lot of mistakes (mostly because I wanted to get there before anyone else does. I live in one of the worst places for jobs). I improve my resume, I keep getting confused if people ask both that and a cover letter when they say "resume." I cannot write good cover letters. Besides money, I want some experience before I graduate from college next year. Obviously I won't get a top-paying job straight out of college (It'd be nice....to pay the school loans, but that's unrealistic). Has anyone else feel like it's their own fault they can't get a job?