At my college, we had about 20 LPN graduates, and over 200 RN graduates. Personally, it seems like my job hunt is a lot easier compared to the job hunt for RN graduates. This work experience will also help me in my RN job hunt when I go on in my education.
As for places of work, there is long term care (basically med pushers), agencies, dialysis centers, some hospitals, rehab centers, home care, etc etc. But of course, it really does matter what state your in and your scope of practice (worth googling).
You should of course go back for further education down the road. Plus if your grades are not all there, it's a great way to get your foot into the profession. Hope I helped. :)