I will say that getting a job out of college is dependent on two things:
- Who you know. You can submit 100 blind applications on Indeed, and you may get a call back on 2-5 of them. Literally. But if you submit 100 applications to companies that employ someone you know, you're likely hear back the majority of the time. Connections > resumes.
- What real-life experience you have. College degrees, especially in business, don't mean as much as they used to. They're a dime a dozen. Employers are looking for real-world experience. Internships and entry level jobs are what really matter to recruiters and hiring managers.