While you are quite young I think it's important to build up the good work habits and do not worry about what jobs you want to be in. Get something that you can show people that you're willing to work. I was working in a Pizza Shop before I got a job in a pretty awesome company. Ray Kroc didn't start his business until he was 55! If you're not sure who he is, he was the founder of McDonalds who was selling paper cups prior.
Ask yourself if you've really exhausted through your resources. When I was your age I felt the same but looking back I only applied to like 10 places and got rejected by them. I then met some people who were applying to 100 until they got an offer they liked.
The world we live in today is not as small as before. It's become a global market place and jobs can be scarce. When looking for career choices also keep in mind if this is something that might get automated away.
Another thing you can do, which is what I did is find someone you really want to work for and just simply put yourself out there and ask them how you can work for/with them.
ALSO, If you really think you do not have anything to do maybe look into teaching yourself how to program, some of the best programmers I know are all self taught. There's lots of great free resources online that you can use. The technology industry definitely wants more female programmers and leaders in the industry!
Aaron recommends the following next steps:
- Get any job, have some income
- Take care of your physical and mental health during this process. It can be frustrating but know that you time
- Apply to 100 jobs or find a mentor you look up to
- If all else fails maybe try picking up another trade