Quote from Asia_spain
I don't plan to move out of state!
If you do not intend to relocate to secure your first nursing job, you might be unemployed for a very long time. To be blunt, the deck is stacked heavily against you because you graduated in 2013, but still have no paid work experience as a nurse.
You are in southern CA. I know I sound like I am beating a dead horse, but the nursing employment market in the greater Los Angeles area has been overly saturated for the past several years. As previously mentioned, you are competing against the graduating classes of 2014 and 2015 for jobs. And clearly, the class of 2015 has the advantage over an old-new grad from 2013.
HR managers and recruiters are regularly suspicious of new nurses who graduated several years ago, but are without paid nursing experience. You are in the very unfortunate situation of no longer being regarded as a new grad, although you have no experience.
If you still do not plan to relocate, you may want to apply in person at every single home health company, SNF, nursing home, LTAC, hospice, rehab facility, private duty agency, methadone clinic, doctors' office, psychiatric facility, and group home located within 50 miles of your home. Be willing to commute and sacrifice. Apply during business hours while professionally dressed since this approach might result in an on-the-spot interview. Good luck to you.