I recently took moved to Nashville, and without experience no one was calling me back either. I got discouraged, then again, I am relatively impatient and hate to not be working so what only took about one - one and a half weeks to find a job felt like an eternity. In any case, I put in applications online and no one ever called me about those. So, I finally just went in to their human resources dept. I put in applications AGAIN. Then, I would just call and call until someone talked to me. I realized they are busy, but I could be taking a position off their hands if they'd give me the time of day. In any case, I got fed up with leaving msgs and never getting a return call, and so I would just call and call until they were finally in their office and answered. When I did finally get to talk to someone, they scheduled me an interview for the very next day; I got offered a job the day of my interview, and things are going fine. Just be persistent. Again, it only took me about a week and a half, but when you're unemployed it seemed like forever. My advice, be persistent, put in applications EVERYWHERE, and follow up on them, make sure they got into the right person's hands, and if you're having problems with people calling you back, I'd go into the office if you had the time, just to say I filled out an application and never heard anything back, I was just curious as to if anyone had had a chance to look at it or if I could schedule a time to talk with someone, etc. I wish you the best, don't get discouraged, soon they'll all be calling, and you'll be back here asking what job to take!