heh. just try again. medicine is one of those things where you've got to fake it till you make it.
nurses are well known for acting like asses to those who are new in the profession. everyone seems to carry around a highlighter with an eraser on it... the eraser for hiding their own mistakes, and the highlighter for emphasizing everyone elses. this profession attracts a lot of weird personalities, and the hypocrisy is pretty thick. i found the same thing with being a paramedic.
it comes with the territory. go out, apply, find your level, don't give up. in the long run, i think you're going to agree that working the floor is miserable. it's a grind, and everyone wants to get off the floor and into another position. so people take out frustration on each other.
i myself am changing jobs after about 3 months. i sure learned a lot where i was working, and i'm taking that with me. unfortunately, i'm seriously dating a girl i work with, and it's just too much distraction for both of us. so i gave notice, and i'm looking... there are a zillion jobs in health care, and the next place i go, i've already got a girlfriend.
so from this job i got a lot of great experience and a beautiful girl who loves me immensly. what more could anyone ask?