Don't be so quick to despair. One of the best ways I think you could differentiate yourself, and trust me you'll have to do that, is to improve on what I assume are strong communication skills. Probably one of the most valuable skills I have is playing referee between business and IT, or rewriting a guide to be more 'customer friendly'. It's beyond counting the number of times that that skill shooed me into a job that would have fallen to someone else. Also, apply to Google. They love people who have strong non-IT backgrounds. The theory is: anyone who can do a deep dive into Greek Literature, Linguistics, or Philosophy must be capable of understanding...well I don't know...it's Google.