What should I do if I want to quit a job that I've been working in for almost a month?

I started working at a grocery store called Foodland for about three weeks now. I am a courtesy clerk where I bag items, collect carts and fix items on the shelf. It is a really hard job and I get paid minimum. I am also a full time student at school and I dont think I can handle working at the type of job. We are require to work no less than seven hours. I dont understand because I was supposed to work casual and they gave me more hours than what you usually get for casual. I dont just want to quit and not show up for work because that will be on my records and it won't look good if I apply to other jobs in the future. What should I write on my two weeks notice? The people are great over the and welcoming, but the store director is very harsh on hours and a lot of my co-workers say he's an ass. I wanted to work in another job that has to do with working with kids like being a teacher's aide or tutoring and I saw an add for get paid twelve bucks and hour. what should i do?

Asked By: CraZy R - 5/9/2007
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I think you should quit... More
Answered By: faborgasmical - 5/10/2007
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Quit your current job. Become a tutor. A private tutor can charge a higher rate but you are restricted to specific area - smaller pool of potential students. If you tutor online, the rate is lower but you can have more students. Think outside the box! Try online tutoring. Then you can have a worldwide choice of... More
Answered By: This is Jonathan Chan - 5/10/2007
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