I don't know how old you are, but one way to get out of your parents' house without a job is by going to college, applying for financial aid, and asking that housing be included in it. Of course, if you quit or flunk out you have to pay back the financial aid (and there's really no defaulting on those loans because they'll be after you for the rest of your life, truly). Still, you'd be getting the education AND getting a place to stay. Maybe you could apply for January semester now? (I don't know. I've lost track of when applications have to be in for the different semesters.)
Other than that, you need to live somewhere where you can live free until you do get a job, save up enough money to pay first/last month's rent (etc.); and depending on how much you earn and what rents are where you're looking, you may be better off finding a roommate or two (but they need to be reliable, or you'll end up always worrying because someone moves out, and you can't afford the rent). Of course, you could probably stay at your parents while you're saving up money. If the issue is your not having a job, and you have to get a job in order to move out; then there palo alto movers won't be fighting any more. (Don't be too proud to stay just because they'd be seeing you get the job they've wanted you to get. Both they and you want the same thing for you: To be able to support yourself comfortably and independently, and to get off to the right start in doing that.)
If you're working you should be able to get a credit card, even if it's a "beginner card" (student card type of thing). The big thing is not to do what so many young people do, which is run it up and not be able to pay it off each month.
One big thing young people find is that they often have trouble affording groceries. I didn't know this at the time, but both my sons admitted to eating pasta with catsup on it . One of them was eating pumpkin pie filling out of a can "for nutrition" . Of course, that kind of thing is all part of the "experience" . It's not the most luxurious and easy existence, but young people do it all the time; and they usually find a lot of positive aspects of it too.