Jessica, with your degree you could go into Recreation Management and work for a Park or town. I bet with your degree you had to take a budgeting class or two.
Don't give up, sometimes we do things that are not in our field of education but land on our feet years later doing something that we enjoy. Jobs seems to be opening up now but it is still hard to find one where you can use your degree to the fullest extent. I know that my BA was not in the field in which I work and today someone new would need a CPA to do what I do, but years of experience helps. I've seen many changes in my field in 23 years. The first 10 years out of college, I didn't know what I wanted to do and had switched jobs on average every 2 to 3 years.
Good Luck on your job search.
One of the classes I took (don't remember the name) we had a topic on budgeting but we only spen at least a couple of weeks on money management. I haven't quite given up yet, I am still looking, though, I plan to go back to school in the fall (or at least it is my hope to) to get a one year certificate in Child Care Studies so I can have that classroom experience in child care services and hopefully that will make me stand out better to employers or at least I hope so.