I only worked there for two months, and I didn't do anything and didn't get to know anybody - they all hated me for some reason. It really was weird. I've never been hired for a job before, and basically been told to sit there and do nothing all day. When I tried to go find some work to do, I accidentally stepped over some weird cultural boundary and offended someone. I've never encountered that before, but someone I spoke to about it said they thought it was a case of "I violated the caste system" and since 90% of the staff was straight from India, that kind of made sense. I am a take charge kind of person, and I made that clear in the interview, and if they didn't want someone who could take charge and get things done, they should have hired someone else. So, I had problems with the job assignment itself, problems with the people, and they didn't really need me in the first place. So, when I say I quit in an unprofessional way, what I mean is I walked into my supervisor's office at 4pm on a Friday and said "today is my last day here" because it really was the last day I could mentally handle, and I felt like I was wasting their money.
And when I say I didn't do anything, I mean the report this question is about, and some minor web site bug fixes are the only things I did for TWO MONTHS. You don't hire someone with over 20 years of experience and my salary requirements to post on Facebook all day. I need a challenge, and I'm worth it