Answered by Stephanie, Hiring Expert at Asurion, on Thursday, December 3, 2015
It's difficult to answer this question not seeing your resume and also not knowing what types of roles you're applying for, but I will try to make my answer as helpful as possible.
First, I believe that in most cases, furthering your education is a good idea. Of course, it's important to ensure your program of study is applicable to the career you're interested in and the line of work appreciates graduate studies. That being said, I support your decision to grow your knowledge and skills through continued education.
Second, I think it's important to have realistic expectations about the types of roles for which you're qualified. To increase your chances of landing an interview, make sure you're applying for positions in which you meet the requirements (or at least the majority of the requirements).
Finally, regarding your resume, I can not stress enough how critical it is to have a strong resume. I recommend every job seeker devote time to building a resume specific to the type of job for which they're applying. Resume writing is a learned skill - if you need assistance as you build yours, I recommend you reach out to the career center staff at the university you most recently graduated from to ask for advice.
I hope this answer helps! Best to you in your job search!