Lol, you sound like me, but since I didn't know what to do, I went back to school.
After watching my son look for work, who has a bachelor's in history and a masters in International Relations, I've decided your degree may have nothing to do with what job you end up with. It's all about
applying for jobs that sound interesting, and being the right person at the right time. Yes, very hit and miss. My son has a great job that he loves, that pays well, and where he met is new wife ;0) But his degrees didn't help him get the job (except for the fact that he did have a degree), being the right person to apply at the right time did.
Eventually his degrees may do something for him, he and his wife have applied to the Peace Corp, but right now, he loves his job, it pays the bills, and he and his new bride have a great start in life.
So I say take your time looking, apply only for jobs you think you will love, and be patient. I've applied for and got jobs I've had absolutely no experience in, buy my maturity and background helped them to choose me and take a chance on me.