When I graduate, I'm finding a job.
Is the tense correct? When can one use present continuous instead of 'will' in similar sentences?
anonymousIs the tense correct?
It is possible.
anonymousWhen can one use present continuous instead of 'will' in similar sentences?
I think there are too many variables for a rule to exist. In this case, the progressive indicates determination.
… I'll get a job. (simple statement of intention)
… I'm going to get a job. (more like a prediction than "will")
… I'm getting a job. (you will get one come Hell or high water)
There are other shades of nuance depending on the context.
This might help.