Gonna add - I had the same issues with starting out with the new corporate life.
Unfortunately, the hustle and bustle of college life, where each hour and half is planned out and then you make time to study, party, hang out with friends, visit family and whatever isn't scheduled so nicely in the corporate world.
They call it 'the grind' for a reason - it's just part of the whole going to work thing. It's exhausting in itself to be somewhere for 8 hours or more, let alone be in one place and doing the same thing all day. I'm totally cynical, but college really teaches you how to think for yourself and challenges you and work really does anything but do those those things - all of the sudden, you work for other people and you can't manage your own schedule, nobody cares what you think, and you don't use a single shred of all the smart things you learned in college! Another downer is that you're used to 3 months of break in the middle of the summer and an entire month off for the winter, and lots of holidays peppered in between. Work world? You're scrambling to try to get a few days off the entire year and if you even try to take a week off, never mind two, your boss and coworkers give you this look of "Who do you think you are?? You can't leave your work behind and take a vacation."
That's disheartening and draining in itself
My inspirational movies?
She should rent "OfficeSpace" and "Fight Club" sometime. Those have become the war cry of our new working generation.
It does help to be in a type of work environment and doing work that you enjoy and fits your personality. That doesn't come until she's worked 5-6 years and found out more about herself and how she'd like to contribute to society. She'll soon realize that a lot of the fulfillment needs to come outside of work though.