I worked as new grad registry and i did get less pay then regular registries, no benefits, weird hours, and less orientation.
you do get the "harder" patients but think of them as an experience. being a new grad everything is overwhelming but thats how you learn when you float. also think that you get to see how different floors run, manager styles, etc. this will help you figure out which area of nursing you like/dislike so when an opening comes up you'll know if you really want it or not. also the staff will eventually get used to you and know your a new grad... managers got used to me and could ease up my work load . lastly networking on the different floors will help you be a shoe in for that up and coming open position for your dream job.