Thank you for writing to us here. It does take a great deal of courage to talk about these things.
I can understand what might be making you think getting a job is the most important thing as a student. Having a supportive family is always great. It is also very natural that you feel dependent on them at this time and to think about the "what next" phase. It is understandable that you want to look our for employment as soon as possible as you would have your own income and could use it for fulfilling your needs or saving up... using it in a manner that you seem fit.
I understand your concern about having connections to get a good job. But it is also necessary to build a network which can pave the way for having connections, right? You did mention that there is no one that you are particularly close to with whom you would be comfortable sharing this concern with. How about trying to improve your relationship with them and seeing if you do get to a point where you feel that you can share at least a few things if not everything. You also mentioned of having broken up with your girlfriend, but are on good terms with her. So keeping this in mind, you can still continue talking with her about this if it can make you feel better.
It is also understandable why your family would make these statements, but also unfortunate. It can get irritating when they don't see that you are troubled even when you talk to them about it. I do understand how frustrating it can be, you are worried about the future but that is not being appreciated and neither is it being talked about.
It would be good if you could get some perspective here and prioritize. As you are still a student now, focus on gaining the required skills and assess what field, which industry you would want to be a part of. Make a list of areas of your interest and what best you can do in the particular area. Make a good resume and practice good interview skills. These things will prepare you for what is to come next and when it does, you will be better and more prepared than the others, which can work in your favor.
Ending your life is not going to be useful in any way to either you or your family. Focus on getting more clarity on what you would like to pursue next. Sharpen your skills and develop the once you feel are lacking in any way. These will improve your chances of employment. You could also try to apply for work abroad if you have that as an option and keep building up your network.
It would also be helpful, if you come for chat sessions on the platform and connect with one of our experts who have an expertise in the area,
Shraddha Durg (Expert).