re: What's the longest you've stayed at a job you were unhappy with? VIEW POST

re: Depends on how you look at it, but I'll say about two years. When I was in college, I interned at a company and hated it. Due to the pressure of f...

Definitely not a nice situation to be in, knowing you have to pay back money to leave a job you're not enjoying. Completely drains motivation too, knowing you want to be elsewhere but can't afford to be :(


Yeah it was tough. Luckily, my wife and I were able to survive on her income for a bit while I tried to figure things out.

It's hard to leave when you a) know you're going to have to either take a pay cut/pay something back and b) when they're trying to hard to keep you, you can't help feeling a bit guilty even though you shouldn't (at least this happened in my case). You worry for so long then a few months after starting a new job you think to yourself hang on, why was I so stressed? Glad you got it sorted though! Must have felt good when it was done with.

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