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I've been out of college for a year but haven't found meaningful employment yet. There is already a huge gap in my resume that I haven't found a good way to explain to interviewers. I can't get a job paying more than minimum wage despite the fact that I have been sending out hundreds of resumes. Either way, I think the shelf life for my degree has pretty much worn out at this point. But the heavy debt from undergrad is hurting my credit, making grad school even more risky. Should I go to graduate school and take on even more debt or stay underemployed, further ruining my resume and hence my chances for employment forever? Looks like a lose lose situation for me.