Yes, you can find a job, but you'll probably need your EIT. Sign up for a study course if you need to. The other suggestion is to get an internship enroll in 1 (or more, but at least 1) master's course in the area you're interested in - then you're technically a student & most employers will assume you're a recent graduate with your undergrad degree (just don't put the date of graduation on your resume - but DO put the date of your master's coursework on the resume although, actually, as long as you're currently enrolled, most employers won't care if you got your degree in the 90's since they'll assume you're fresh (and you WILL be) since you're in school. BTW, you don't have to be accepted into the master's program to take a course - at most schools - most will let you take up to 9 credit hours as a "student at large" or some such title. You can always apply to grad school later if you decide you like it. Also, there are some graduate level courses offered at night or online, so it shouldn't interfere with a full time job. The other thing is: if you decide to finish your master's degree, most employers will pay for a good chunk of it.