If i just started at USPS and worked only 4 days, can i quit without showing up?

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kristie:
People would kill for that job. I know it's hard, but that why it's called work. Don't be a quitter. Hang in there and get some job experience. It will get easier after the holidays, but this is the busiest time of the year for USPS. A lot of people are counting on you to get them their gifts. Think of it that way. You're a part of something larger than yourself. Stay.
beSee-n-u:
Why not talk to your supervisor about a TRANSFER to some job for which you are better suited. It cost them a lot of money to advertise, recruit, and possibly train you, so you may be already more valuable than the next 50 people who apply for jobs there.

The USPS has hundreds of different jobs.

Judy:
tell them up front you're quitting,, don't just not show up. You don't need 2 weeks notice though when you've only been there 4 days.
akierra:
No. Why do you wanna quit? But go one more day and leave a note you wanna quit before you leave than not come back.
The Man:
You can't just abandon the job, there can be consequences for that.
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