I used the internet in my job search
when i started. Indeed.com is a pretty good site if it available in your area. I occasionally see "new grads welcome" in job postings where i live. Also check out state or county jobs, such as prisons, community health departments, VA facilities. In Florida , I am sure that Dept of Veterans Affairs hires new grads because they hired me and many others as i have been there several years now .As far as your resume, put the truth ,they know your new. I am not clear as to whether you have your license yet ,but if you don't and time permits , get a CNA ( NURSE ASSISTANT) license and do that first. The experience will be very helpful. As far as the hiring process, unless your a talented actress, just be yourself , state that you want to learn. Be willing to work night shift. It is the best shift to start on unless the employer has a good support system for day shift, which most don't, you know the saying "they throw you to the wolves" , and trust me ,some of those wolves are other nurses.Where i work they actually have a good support system for new nurses , and it is possible to start on day shift , because i actually did, but now work nights. Good luck !