Just keep applying and try to stay positive! I graduated in May, licensed in June, and put in well over 150 applications and/or resumes within a 60 mile radius of my house. Finally received a job offer and start next month.
Are you keeping your options open? Like looking into LTC/Nursing homes? Google "medical" and send your resume or call every facility listed and ask if they have any openings.
Check hospital job sections daily. You want to be first to apply to the position when it opens. Make sure to reformat your resume and cover letters to fit the job position and what they're looking for.
Call the nurse recruiters at the hospitals you applied at (call HR and ask to speak to a recruiter). They'll direct you to what you might be eligible to apply for or may even give you info on job fairs they'll be having soon.
Check you state jobs section and the local VA hospitals. This is where I lucked out, finding a state nursing job.
Check careerbuilder.com and indeed . comment daily. Some jobs are listed on these sites and no others. I've had a few nursing school
buddies find jobs through these sites.
Go in person and hand your resumes in. Get your name out there. You never know if they might be looking for someone and here you walk in, an answer to their prayers!