There are many ways to get your foot in the door without having years and years worth of work experience under your belt. One way is by getting an internship that will help build skills for future jobs as well as give employers insight into what kind of person they would be hiring for their company.
Luckily there are some ways that people who lack prior employment history may still land their dream job: internships, volunteering at organizations like nonprofits or schools and other volunteer opportunities; networking events such as conferences; taking classes related to what they want to do upon graduation (e.g., business management); starting an online side hustle while waiting for the right opportunity comes along.
Volunteering builds on your resume and your skills.
In this day and age it's easier than ever to find opportunities for work without having to put your name down anywhere.
However there are ways in which people find themselves facing this challenge all the time - they do not always get hired right away but still want their resume to seen as legitimate by employers.
This where creativity comes into play. There will always be things we haven't experienced before; there will always be something different about us than everyone else who has been working their whole lives at one company doing one thing after another.
So it is up to us as individuals and professionals alike to take advantage of our unique talents when it comes time for interviews or networking opportunities so that potential employers able to see how well-rounded you actually are instead of focusing solely on your lack of previous work experiences.