...that's because you did it backwards. It is a mistake to pick a major and then hope you can find a job in that field.
Instead, decide what JOB you wish to prepare for, taking into account your aptitude and interests, and the salary and employment projections for the area in which you plan to live.
Then determine the requirements for that job.
Next, select a school that can fulfill those requirements, and choose your major accordingly.
I know it's too late for you, but those who read the responses should take heed.
For you, your mantra should be "Get a job. ANY job." Then, keep looking for a better job. When you find one, quit and take the new job. Repeat as necessary. Do not make the mistake of holding out for a "good" job. Any income is better than zero.
Consider applying for Human Resources jobs. You will eventually need additional education/certifications, but you should be able to get an entry level, HR Assistant-type job, and HR will use your knowledge of psychology, - and they take care of their own, salary-wise.