So, my first nursing job left me completely unprepared to handle a busy rehabilitation floor with only 14 days of orientation. I tried all the coaching and learning opportunities that were available and still couldn't hack it. I was there for 6 months and was fired with a mutual agreement that the job was not a good fit. Now, 3 months after, I am still sitting on unemployment and have had three interviews. All three interviewers pushed for a reason that the job was not a good fit and when I just wanted to leave the explanation at that, the interviewers pushed harder for a reason. I didn't know how to answer without making the last job look bad. How can I confront this? I do feel that the orientation was really lacking there and whenever I asked for help or guidance I got help, but they talked behind my back making me feel stupid. I tried to make it into a positive for what I did learn, but the interviewers around here seem to push for more information. How can I word it in an interview and not make the job look bad? Any help?