At the beginning of the year, I was offered my dream job, one I had been trying to get for around 20 years. Shortly after I started, Covid-19 hit. At the time I considered myself lucky because I had a government type job and it was "essential." In the past several months, I have come to realize this "dream job" has become more of a nightmare. No one has ever trained me, they just expect me to somehow magically learn this stuff with no training whatsoever. They talk about me behind my back and are very racist towards me. They act like I am entitled because of the car I drive and my last name. My car I saved up many years to get (I drove my last car 12 years in order to save up for it). Yes, my family has money...I DO NOT. Because my co-workers had it out for me and would never train me, they always treat me like I am an idiot. Therefore, I got stuck with the jobs that no one else wanted to do. During the pandemic we were open to the public for a few months taking payments. When I first started this job, I was told that between the 4 of us that were clerks we would be taking turns each week going up front to deal with customers. Since I started, this has never happened. It was always only me up front, when they knew I had a weakened immune system. I was willing to take turns but they would not do that. Needless to say, I ended up getting Covid-19 and was out for 3 weeks. I never got paid for the 80 hours that we are supposed to get for Covid-19 pay by state law. Then when I did manage to come back to work after having Covid, they reopened and I was expected to work up front with the customers again while I am still somewhat recovering (my lungs do not function as well anymore). I decided to take things into my own hands and apply at some jobs that were work from home jobs. I found one that made the exact same pay, had all the same benefits and added life insurance into the mix. I decided to go ahead and accept the job as it is in an industry that I already have had many years working in and I already have my license to do so. I felt confident with my decision to take the job and now my mother has me second guessing myself, telling me that I am going to regret leaving my current job for the new one. Yes, the job I currently have is one of the top jobs in this small town that we live in and is very hard to come by, but I don't feel that I should be singled out everyday and treated so terribly either. Am I just being overdramatic or are my reasons for leaving valid? My last day will be this Friday and if I am wrong about this, I will tell them that I decided not to resign after all, but I feel that if I am that miserable the job is not a fit. Any thoughts?