When you major in the liberal arts you have three options after you graduate;
1. Work at McDonalds
2. Get a masters in your field and work at McDonald's
3. Go to law school and then still go work for McDonald's.
The concept that being a lawyer is a sign of success is ancient history belonging to the days of the 1930's. Today all you liberal arts majors went to "law school" because you knew you could avoid math there and now there's a flood of you hitting the market.
Look, I know you blew $150,000 on a law degree, but could you maybe spend $13 of that and at least find out why you can't get a job as a lawyer?