With respect, you're expressing a very us-and-them mentality, by comparing Sanders and Trump as outsiders to their respective establishments, as if either of them would be fine as long as Clinton doesn't win.
For one, there's a difference between Trump's lack of corporate donations, and Sanders' lack of corporate donations. Their economic policies stretch a lot further than TPP.
The jobs thing, I'm sorry, is absolutely bananas. What jobs are Americans competing for, exactly? Picking tomatoes for $2/hr? Are immigrants keeping Americans from taking those jobs?
I'm so so so inexperienced and immature when it comes to election processes as I'm a toddler compared to a lot of peoples' experience on this site. But one thing I'm aware of is a dissonance between what is really going on in an American's motivations that inclines one towards a candidate, and what arguments they use to justify that subconscious choice, simply a side to be on and adopt that us-and-them nonsense.