I don't want to discourage you, but at least on the west coast there are not a lot of junior positions open for anyone with either degree. The job market is saturated with candidates, such that people just out of college aren't getting work. My suggestion is to try for some internships, or some coding projects you can put on your resume.
> I don't know who goes to slashdot here but they had a long bullheaded discussion
> about CS vs IT degree.
> What are your experience with this (assuming some of you have either a CS or IT
> degree or have a friend with one). I am 8 classes shy of having a BS of CS. I
> couldn't care less whether I do a "CS" job or "IT" but I imagine the money is
> probably different.