Advise for job hunters. Don’t say you can do anything. That is not true and will delay your finding your next job.
Most people looking for jobs find accidental jobs. Hey that store is looking for grocery clerks. You could do that.
Not every job will fit you. I have a fear of heights. There is no way I would be a great roofer for instance. Being productive requires comfort at your work.
Instead look at your experiences. What are you good at? Even better, what are you great at? Think about your successes, and all the actions you took to contribute to your team.
Then break down the different skills you have from those experiences. Your old industry may be in the dumps, but almost every business needs those same skills your old job did.
Then start searching for new careers that need your talents. Many new jobs did not exist 5 or 10 years ago. Widen the scope of your search, but stay focused for a few positions.
Your career will go further if you use your best talents.