Telling us your major would have helped us help you. http://www.quintcareers.com/marketing_liberal-arts_degrees.html
Have you tried a counseling session with your university or a specialist at the Department of Labor? http://www.dol.gov
Have you registered and kept in touch with your local temporary agencies. Don't discount the It's who you know factor. You might make a networking contact while answering phones even, although many companies use contracted or freelance labor. You may be able to get something related to your interests. Google.
Here's another option. One of my best friends, liberal arts from UGA, is in her 3rd year of FedEx/Kinko's employment. She freelances on the side (and plays in an experimental music band and is slowly writing a novel). Another is in her 2 year employment at Starbucks. She got promoted a couple of times and is building her own consulting business. She has gotten some work from her Starbucks customers. Yet another friend is a bartender and he, too, freelances and volunteers. And a good friend of my son is working a retail position while going back to school for an advanced degree. He's already teaching part-time at a community college. These people are hustling to find there way and make their break.
Get up off that coach and get to work, even if it's just volunteering at non-profits. At least there you'll make contacts. Volunteer with a wide variety for best results. Homeless shelters, Non-profit thrift stores, animal shelters, political party...the list goes on. United Way First Call for Help ((http://www.211.org)
lists not only community resources for those in need but volunteer opportunities. You may also get listings for income based or sliding scale counseling in your community if you don't have insurance.
Have you considered a hardworking sabitical: http://wwoof.org/http://www.peacecorps.gov/
Keep at it! Put away that angst and get on with day. Life's short. Play hard.
Answered By: ... - 5/18/2012