I also had the same question as you when I graduated. I preferred public health and was not looking forward to working on the floor but was advised to start at a hospital. I'm not sure what you want to do with your career but in my situation, I needed at least a year of acute care experience to even be considered for jobs I wanted outside the hospital, which I believe is sound advice since it'll guarantee employers I actually learned the skills and can apply them out on the field. It might be difficult right now, but I think you should stick it out for a year and get your year experience. Plus, it doesn't look good to employers if you don't put in enough time, they'll think you'll quit on them too. In the meantime, think about what you want to do with your career. Look back at your clinicals and remember which rotations you've enjoyed or think about you are passionate about life. In my case, I love volunteering and working with the community and think public health is perfect for that.