I've started my first job for 4 months and it is going well, there are quite good training in my company as this is a junior position. My mentor is fairly patient, responsible and provided a lot of help to me. I work extremely hard as well.
However I have decided to quit my current job and I'm looking for a new job in my hometown now, as I have a family there, my kid needs me. I travel a few hundred miles back home every week just to see them, which I find impossible to keep it going like this in the future. Therefore I've decided to leave my current job once I've found a new one.
I feel guilty for my mentor and my boss now as I've only received training from them, they are really nice ppl and nice to me. To be fair, I have not created any value to the company as I'm only learning. I know legally there is nothing wrong with this decision as it stated on my contract that I can leave with 1 week notice cause I'm in my probation period, but should I feel guilty? Am I doing something morally wrong?
I understand that accepting this job was lack of consideration as I should be aware of the difficulty of travelling, but now it's too late to talk about it.