I did. Twice, in fact.
The first time, the Luxembourgish Government came to rescue. They have a program where they put people wo have a very hard time to get a job into a work group, generally under the local government, and have to make the same works than them: picking up trash, de-icing the walkways, cutting the hedges, trimming the lawn and picking up the fallen leaves of communal terrain (like in parks or graveyards, for instance). You still have to present yourself at the employment office once a month and work with them to find a final job, though. You get paid minimum wage, but unlike the jobless minimum income you don't have to pay it back afterwards since you certifiably worked for your money.
Then, I emigrated to the Philippines to marry my wife, and had a hard time finding a work there. Different language aside, the employment culture was radically different and that made it very hard to find a job there.
So my solution was to look for a job online, and I did a short while ago. Now I'm a Luxembourger in the Philippines working for a French company making English and German translations.
So my question to you, dark Lord, is this one: What skills do you have? Accounting is something that could in theory be done from home, so how about trying that in the meanwhile?
Have you tried Freelancer? I found work through this website, so maybe it's worth a try for you, too. There are other similar websites, so if you can't find work on one maybe try the next one.
Since you went through all the higher education, maybe you can reverse it and teach what you learned to other people through a Platform like Skillshare or Udemy? Accounting a rather crowded field and you need some video editing skills for the teaching videos, but it can be worth a try.
And my final advice: Don't give up. That's not worth it. You can see for yourself here, you can get help and advice everywhere, you just need to have the guts to ask and do away with your pride, but you will feel better afterwards.