Well, after two months of applying, and applying, and applying and applying for an IT position since I graduated from college, I finally got one!
It was a very stressful and disappointing two months I must say. I must have applied to at least one hundred and ninety companies within that time. I tracked all of the applications, but lost track of a few along the way as I was not at home when I applied for some of them. All in all, I got only four interviews with three companies. One of them offered me the junior IT position that I applied for as seen in their ad. I am now a "Junior IT Technician". The job functions entail all the material from all the courses that I studied and all the real-world skills I learned during my internship and part-time position(s) at the college.
I should be happy, and I am, but am currently still too stressed to be able to feel the relief yet. I'm still in the process of finalizing the contract and going through the hiring process. Once that is done and I actually start work, within the next week and a half, I should be more relaxed. For now, I need to review a number of my courses to bring myself back up to speed with my new job functions. Time to hit the books and "simulators" once again!