Not to rub it in or anything like that, but I think that the LPN is going the way of the dodobird (sorry , i know that sounds mean and harsh) but i s say it as one who was in your shoes, got an LPN and no job for an year almost. Thankfully my DH makes a half way decent income so after waiting an year of not being able to get a job i went back in and got my RN over the next year, and even with that i got a job after 3 mos of trying. Make no mistake nursing jobs for lpn or rns are getting harder for us new grads...even with the rn they prefer bsn rns cuz it helps them to get to magnet status as its one of the 'criteria' they need...so thats next on the radar for me.
Enough of useless patter, i would recommend trying in :
VAs (hire a lot of lpns)
A friend of mine got 3 jobs right out of lpn school: 2 in a LTCs and one in a correctional (she had contacts in the ltc)
Also try this website: https://ohiomeansjobs.com/omj/
it is a great portal for all search engines in one
Also go to gchc.com, its the cincy area heath council and they have orientation sessions for new grads off and on that might be useful to you..i went to one and got free editing for my resume with the HR person of a local hospital, which in retrospect was very useful!
Look out for job fairs etc
however the absolute best way to get a job is via contacts: be shameless about telling everyone you are looking for job, neighbors, mailman, fedex guy, EVERYONE..honestly i got my job via contacts on facebook, no kidding!
Make it a job to look for your job, read the monster websites books on the topic, they are really good and give you a gameplan to keep a score of how well your job hunt is going
it is doable, trust me...and when u get that job go straight ahead for yr lpn to rn or lpn to bsn pronto!