Look hard, look creatively and keep at it. You can (and will) eventually find work. Do some quality volunteering...
(schools, charities, non-profits and political organizations are all routinely staffed at least in part by volunteers, even in IT-related positions) and you'll get some experience you can add to your resume as well.
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