despite having a bachelors and a masters in a STEM degree from an Ivy league university, its really the best I can do right now because I have 0 connections thanks to being a socially inept autist.
>masters in a STEM degree
>from an Ivy league university
>a call center job
If you can't get a job in STEM, which has layers upon layers upon layers of available work for almost any type of person, you literally deserve to serve my McDonalds for the rest of your life.
Same thing happened to me, familia. Everyone kept asking me what the hell I was doing in a call center when I had a science degree. I ended up quitting last week and resolved to spend my time looking for a real job instead.
The smart thing, however, would be to just suck it up and put your nose to the grindstone to find something better.
Businesses are always complaining about being unable to find people with the right skills, if you can manage a "bachelors and a masters in a STEM degree from an Ivy league university" you can find something marketable that is related to your "bachelors and a masters in a STEM degree from an Ivy league university" to study next or maybe an internship or attend a career's conference and ask people what they are looking for and explain why you believe someone with a "bachelors and a masters in a STEM degree from an Ivy league university" could be trained very quickly and without hassle.