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If the nature of your industry is causing daily stress or you're putting in 80-hour weeks, and you still can't manage to complete your work, it might be worthwhile to change companies or careers. And that is fine.
Think about what you want your life to look like in a few years. Consider how you would feel if nothing changed.
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