I could echo what the others listed above, but I want. I will simply add my situation, which is probably not common. I have a stressful, difficult and demanding job. I come home many nights in tears. I am belittled by patients and MD's, and pulled to my limits by all the demands placed on me. I have worked one hospital, and one floor since graduation. I love my co-workers, and our supervisors are God sends.
I am burnt out from dealing with drugseekers, over demanding families, mental patient for which we can't find placement, God complex MD's, ect, ect, ect. But I can handle it. I go into work knowing that I work with a group of woman that have my back, just like I have theirs. I know if I get in a situation I can't handle, my girls are right there with me. The experienced nurses are always willing to lend me a hand, or advice. If I can't get an IV (getting a little rarer theses days), one of my co-workers will. And no one makes me feel inferior because I am still learning.
I have been on these forum enough to realize that is not true every where. No matter how tired of the frequent fliers I am, I know what I am getting when I go to work. I know I can handle it. If I go elsewhere, I don't have the assurance and that scares the hell out of me. I am comfortable where I am, and I'm scared to go elsewhere.