You may be happy to get out of your current job now, but a few years down the line, who knows how things might change? Jacquelyn Smith writes for Forbes about how to leave your job without burning bridges.
Building Bridges is Preferable
You want to stay focused in your last days; people will remember whether you kept chugging along or if you gave up. Offer to help in any way you can with the transition of losing you, and tie up any loose ends so that you leave on the best possible terms. Be honest but complimentary in the exit interview, and be gracious to everyone who helped you get where you are. You can read Smith’s full article here: http://www.forbes.com/sites/jacquelynsmith/2013/08/05/how-to-leave-a-job-so-you-can-come-back-some-day/