I very sorry that you haven't found a job yet. It scares me because I am startint the Charity LPN program next month and I wonder, as an RN peoplel are having trouble finding a job...what about when I become an LPN?
Have you tried applying to other jobs in hospitals? Maybe once you get an interview and work there they see your capabilities and offer you something better. I have been working at EJGH for 3 months now. Its a PCA position, not great pay, but I am learning a lot. I watch the RNs, LPNs, and CNAs very closely and try to learn as much as I can.
I feel very lucky to have been given the job without having no experience. I try to network and talk to nursing supervisors when ever possible. Even if you do not get an RN position, the fact of being able to get in there and put your name out there might work.
I know that is horrible considering you have worked hard and gone through the struggles of nursing school (Congratulations! by the way), but it might be a step in the right direction.
Keep sending those applications and don't give up! You have to keep the faith for the rest of us who are just starting