I'm here in South Florida. I've been lucky so far, because I have experience as an LPN. But I'm definitely worried about what will happen, once I graduate the RN program I'm in.
Have you tried any of the nursing agencies for flu shots? I know the season is almost over, but you might be able to get a few weeks out of it. What about Craig's list, The Flyer, or the local paper? Sometimes there are job listings in those that may ask for 6 months experience, or won't specify how much, saying at least 1 year experience "a plus" or "is desired". But that doesn't mean they wouldn't consider someone with less time. Some of the places advertising on these sites, are not always as adamant about how much experience you have (depending on the job, of course).
I have found over the years, that even though a place might specify a certain amount of experience is required, they will still call you for an interview if you apply. This is not to give you false hope, but there are people out there who WILL give you a chance. You just have to be persistent and go for things, even though you might think you don't stand a chance.
I know you said you have your resume out on various sites. But also check out indeed.com if you haven't. It has jobs from more than just one site listed. Also, maybe you can look for temporary work as a care giver, sitter, or companion. These are also advertised on the above places I mentioned. It is less money, but it might be better than no money, for now.
Lastly, from my
experience, nursing homes and nursing agencies were the two that gave me my break when I first started out. So take a few days and go around leaving an application at some of them, even if they are not hiring. You might even consider applying for hospice care. I am doing that now while in school. I had no experience with it, but they did offer an orientation course. If you make a good impression at these places, sometimes they will think of you when a spot does become available.
Good luck to you! Hang in there. You will find work. It might just take a while longer, but someone will give you a chance!
Edited to add~ I didn't see the above post with indeed.com. But see, someone else agrees with me!