I've been at the same LTC facility for 16 years - started as CNA, went on for LPN, then RN. Yes, we have some staff with attitude, but we have many, many wonderful staff members too - which makes it a really good place for our residents and for the staff that stay long term. Out of our 75 or staff members we have almost 1/2 that have been there 10 years or longer.
When I was a student, my bad rotations were at the hospital and I can pin it down to just a FEW staff members and I still remember their names. Who knows, if not for them, perhaps I would have chosen to give hospital nursing a try....but they really left a sour taste in my mouth.
It all comes down to each person - giving attitude or dealing with attitude. Only you can chose how to respond to bad attitudes or negativity. Ever hear the phrase, "kill 'em with kindness" ? If nothing else, you'll feel better for not sinking to their level.
Good luck in your nursing career and don't let yourself turn into one of the baddies...