I’ve never worked in a lab. Will it be hard to get a job?

The bad news: Like any other employer, professors like experience.
The good news: Everyone in research had to start somewhere.
Even for experienced undegraduates, starting research in a new lab can seem like starting over. Specialized methods and operational rhythms can vary greatly between labs, to the point that job training is generally required each time you start in a lab. This means that even if you’re new to research, you are not at a huge disadvantage. The important thing is to make your best effort and always keep learning.

Finding a Research Lab: Getting your hands dirty or very clean