Of course, it depends on what sort of work you’re applying for.
One of my mates was a Personnel Director.
The industry standard for office jobs is as follows:
Most applications are rejected at the CV stage.
Anything poorly presented, too long or irrelevant goes straight in the bin.
Next comes a further winnowing, usually based on something that catches their eye in the CV (particularly relevant experience, or perhaps an interesting hobby).
Only a few candidates make it to an interview. Since you’re getting interviews, you are a strong candidate!
So you just need to hang in there. Don’t worry, your turn WILL COME.
I know this is difficult advice to follow, but it works:
Stay calm, turn up on time, be smartly dressed and have some knowledge of the company.
Remember that companies want someone like you.