Business skills are useful across the board, so your background looks good! It helps to develop interests and passions, as employers like that. A passionate employee is a committed employee.
If in doubt, speak to your school's career counselor, or to others in your school. Check out job fairs and online job listings. All this information can help you get a better idea of what's out there. Good luck!
Hi ravkes, my advice is to stop looking for a job and start looking for a career. If you really don't have any interests or hobbies, look for a career that will put use to your best personality attributes: do you like meeting new people? look for jobs in sales, marketing or customer service; jobs that will get you out there in the world. If you're more of an introvert, look for a career in accounting or financial modeling. Take the time to really ask yourself what you want to contribute to this world, and what you really enjoy...there's a career out there for everyone, and a Business Degree can get you in the front door in most industries.
If you have sales and some technical recruitment experience, why don't you look at a longer-term career in recruitment?
It's very realistic that you can earn c.£40-50k in your first year in the London area and second year earnings could be £60k+ provided you are good at it.
The beauty of recruitment is that you can work pretty much anywhere in the world after you have a couple of years experience. Companies will always be willing to sponsor you, as it's so difficult to find good Recruitment Consultants. If you have a good billing record (e.g. £200-250k per year revenue) or more, then the world is your oyster if you want to live and work abroad.