When I graduated with my finance in December 2013, I put in about 50 applications and only had one interview. I was fed up, so I went back to school for accounting and did the exact opposite of everything I had done prior. I just assumed my GPA would land me a job, but it didn't. I had to work a shitty retail job in the meantime, but I made sure to do whatever I could to get a job. I joined Beta Alpha Psi, an accounting fraternity with the connections to the businesses in the area. I even became the treasurer for a semester before I graduated. They had a mentoring program in which they paired us up with an accounting professional 10+ years into his or her career. I took advantage of that while most did not. I attended the majority of networking events that I could, and this is coming from someone who doesn't enjoy being around a lot of people.
In the end, I did everything I could, even the things I didn't enjoy, to get a job I like. Sure, I have to work crazy hours some parts of the year, but I make good money for the most part (especially for the Midwest where the cost of living is low) and I get raises and constant promotions for at least the first 7-8 years, depending if I even stay that long or bolt to another accounting job for a 30% pay raise.
So, as someone who has been in your shoes, the only one limiting yourself is you.
When I got my nursing degree it took me about a year to find a job. I was so frustrated becaus everyone always says how in demand nurses are. It was terrible