Okay, I've never watched a tandem jump and I wanted to see what all the fuss was about so I did a YouTube search, and to really enhance the experience I watched someone that was HOT who jumped shirtless: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BRhCWGG6wFc
Again, I don't see the big deal.
You'll be in a roomy fuselage comfortably seated in neat rows in real seats like you and your fellow jumpers are on some chartered flight to Bermuda, NOT crammed into the back of what's essentially the seatless cargo area of a station wagon, holding onto your jump cords for dear life lest they deploy if nudged.
You'll bail out a big, wide door with a trained instructor who literally has your back, on your back, guiding your descent, keeping you company, and guiding your landing, NOT stepping solo out a tiny door to stand on a teeny tiny platform while grabbing the wing strut and awaiting further instruction before being told to fall backwards on blind faith, hoping that your head won't hit the tail of the plane.
You'll be nestled comfortably in the crotch of your instructor cooing in your ear, landing you in a comfy seated position, missing (in the case of the video, barely) the hard concrete tarmac, probably telling you only to "put your legs straight out in front of you upon landing while leaning into me," NOT "land on your feet with soft knees and try to land sideways on your hip to minimize risk of injury" remotely through a headset which you can't hear through, upping your chances of landing on concrete.
You'll be fine. The only way your experience could possibly be easier is if someone jumped in your place.