Answered by Stephanie, Hiring Expert at AT&T Inc., on Sunday, October 25, 2015
With an MBA and MS, you have come into contact with potentially lots of people who could assist you with your job search. At the colleges where you received your degrees, they likely have career centers geared to this exact need, not to mention networking opportunities with professors and peers.
If you aren't already, networking is important to make contact with people in your desired field. Even if they do not have a job available at this time, but out requests for information interviews about their business. You want for the right people to be aware that you are searching for a job.
I understand the cycle...can't get a job without experience, can't get experience without a job. I know it can be frustrating. What other avenues would provide resume building experience? Volunteering, professional organizations, entry level positions. If you have exhausted all of your resources you may need to investigate geographic changes in your search. If there are no jobs where you are living in your field of choice, there may be availability elsewhere. Best of luck in your search!