The nursing job market will change eventually. It won't happen quickly though.
I quit my regular nursing job in the early 80's and went resource. Bad timing. It was just before the total reorganization of health care funding and many nursing jobs were lost at the time. I spent a year or so working a couple of days a week before the money ran out. My husband was out of work in a bad economy, we had a new baby, and jobs were scarce at the hospital where I had worked for years. Masters prepared RNs were taking floor jobs that I was well qualified for. Crazy!
I prepared myself to work in the areas where it looked like I could get time as a resource nurse. I guessed right and I got enough hours to make it until I was rehired a couple of years later. Most of the time I worked full time as a resource nurse during that waiting period.
Anything you do now will help you. Getting certifications, volunteering as a nurse at a free clinic and networking, volunteering at a hospital and keeping your eyes open, or working in any capacity will get you something. Look at the outpatient settings. Healthcare is continuing to swing that direction. I ask the new grads where I am at now and there are still some of them being hired in different places. Some are going out of state, some to settings other than hospitals, some to internships that are still around, some are still working as CNAs.
There are going to be a whole bunch of nurses breathing a big sigh of relief as their husbands/wives get jobs and they can let go of having to work/work so much. The jobs will open up. It doesn't pay the bills in the meantime I know. This is just bad timing right now. All the best as you explore your options!