Well, you ought to find out first if there are areas of nursing that would not be available to you if you DON'T have a strong med-surge background. Around here, that includes any OB unit: without at least a year of med-surge, they won't look at you for L&D or anything else.
The exception is the ICU, being SOOO shorthanded, will put new grads through a six-month training program, as will the ED. But then, of course, you would not be looked upon kindly if you decided to leave on month 7 (and money could be owed).
For what it's worth, I, too, had no clue where I wanted to go after graduation. The one thing I was certain of was that m/s was SO not for me. Hated it in school. Never again.
I weighed my job offers after getting my license and realized that m/s was the best career move, and offered me the best chances for gaining invaluable experience. So, I took the m/s job, a little hesitantly (because hey, I could always leave in a year, right?).
LOL, turns out I LOVE med-surge! That's right, it was the school rotation I hated, the clinical teacher wasn't particularly good (but I didn't realize that at the time), and I think I had a fear of the acute needs and the multitude of equipment used. But now, I really like working the medical-surgical unit, honestly! Who knew
Think about it!