I'm attending a career fair with several dozen employers. Many of the companies offer entry level jobs and also internships. The description of both of these and their requirements are very similar (sometimes exactly the same, except append "intern" to the position). The biggest difference is that the entry level jobs invariantly require a college degree, while the internships generally do not.
My question is, do I inquire about both opportunities when talking with the employer or do I go for the low or high hanging fruit? As a graduate I probably should be seeking an entry level job and not an internship, so would it make an employer think less of me for being interested in the internship opportunity: "Oh, she's interested in the internship because she's not skilled enough for the entry-level job."
Here is a very similar question, except in my case these aren't really 2 completely different jobs, but rather a different level of "seniority" so-to-speak (if one considers "entry-level" more senior than "intern"). So perhaps my question could be generalized to how to decide what level of seniority job to apply to if there are multiple openings with various seniority levels.