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I've been working at this on-campus job for over four years now. Last week I was extended an offer to return to my summer internship part time the rest of my school year, so this past Friday I gave a letter with two weeks' notice because I wanted to "end things the right way."
Normally I'm very respectful and they know me as being a great worker. Honestly however, this job has just been a real pain and rather than ramping down (having me write instructions for next person, etc.) they're having me continue large projects (projects I'd been told before would be ongoing longterm anyway) or working on new, large time-consuming tasks. Working with the particular coworkers on those things is incredibly rough and stress-inducing, which can't be healthy while I'm dealing with a harder than usual semester.. Normally this time of year they are very flexible around my school schedule and understanding that I may need less work shift time so I can study more, etc. But at this point I can't even ask for that time since I'll be finished next week.
Am I able to leave before the two weeks are up? Would that be unprofessional now?
It's just an office campus job and at this point job history-wise I have great positive feedback from multiple levels of management from my internship, so I would like to think leaving this job somewhat earlier won't have much of a lasting effect.
Any advice? Thanks!