For the most part, it does not matter what your degree is in. Employers want to see that you are trainable and if you have a bachelor's degree then more than likely you are trainable. Apply for any job that has "Bachelor's Degree Preferred", even if you don't have experience in that field. You may want to also consider applying at the college you attended as a recruiter, advisor, office worker, etc. Most colleges are going to hire someone that attended that school rather than someone that graduated from another school. Also, I don't know about your state, but for Georgia, we have Dept of Labor website that has several job listings. There is a professional/Managerial section that has about 15 jobs for my area alone in that one section. Check to see if NY has something like that. Good Luck with your job search!
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