These days chances are good that you could get an ICU position. Due to COVID and the nursing shortage, positions that in the past would have been difficult for a new grad are now attainable. Talk to the hospital you are interested in working for and see what they have available and/or what advice they could give.
I got hired into a new grad program for the ICU right out of school, so ICU is really all I know. Don’t listen to older nurses telling you to get floor experience, go for the unit you want. I also do not suggest going into traveling until you have +1 year of experience off orientation, most won’t hire you regardless of job shortages. With that said find a new grad program, the ICU is an overwhelming place to start and new grad programs offer more time, training, and hand holding. 4 years in and I still learning new things all the time.
I just resigned from an ICU at a nationally recognized hospital to go to a traveling nurse position. I negotiated my conditions and salary based on my ICU experience. They hire new grads. I believe you will have an easier time now. It may be rough, but stick it out.