I had kind of the same experience as you when I graduated, I was miserable after completing my clinical practicum back in 07, I really felt that I was being set up left and right. I also took the medical device/ pharma option, it worked for me for a couple of years, if you do choose this option you need to be sales oriented or have had sales experience. Its exciting , lucrative, and hard to get into.
After realizing that not all floors are predatory towards students and graduates, I attempted to get back into the clinical side back in 2009, since then Ive taken a refresher clinical practicum, BLS , ACLS, 12 lead EKG, and Phlebotomy and still today I get rejection letters, moving is not an option as I have wife ,kids rooted in my area , but my area is known to be over saturated with nurses period.
If I could share with you one word of advice, I would highly suggest you get your 6months- 1 year floor experience and if its still not what you expected , then at least you can move into a clinical support sales position easier, otherwise you'll be in this disconnected BSN -RN position without bedside experience and you will have a hard time getting a foot in the door and explaining to recruiting managers why you went into sales instead of nursing AND if for whatever reason the sales gig dries up( and it happens, unrealistic sales goals, lost clients, backorders, ) these things happen. Best of luck to you in whatever decision you take.