Desperate to quit your job? Read this first.
Thinking that you don't need to find a fulfilling job because you'll find fulfillment elsewhere is like saying you don't have to love the person you marry because you can get that elsewhere. This idea will set you up for a rocky situation.
You will spend most of your time at work, so it's essential to find a job you enjoy doing.
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