It might help if we knew what field you're planning on entering.
Personally, I graduated from law school about a year ago and still don't have any solid prospects so I started volunteering with legal aid back in February. I'm carrying a case load of about 10 clients and while I'm putting in about 25-30 hours a week I'm not getting paid for I am building up my resume with actual law practice experience.
I think using a volunteer job to build up your resume is a great idea though and while it hasn't quite led to a paying job for me yet I'm getting experience that should put me ahead of other job seekers.
Thanks. Basically, there is a revolving door with sales back home. Last year was the best year for entering, but people with jobs get jobs.
For stuff under my major, I can do better than most, but dumb people have higher GPA than me.
So I need anything general.