Our expert says:
Don't concentrate on the job as a determinent of your mood or satisfaction --- see it as what is poviding the means for you to do what you really want to do --- in that light, it is valuable for you. Look at the boss, and the frustrations as purely temporary, but remembering that, although they don't know ( nor need to ) they are helping you to achieve your ambitions.
And don't set yourslf up for a disappointment --- although your chosen new field may in time be far more satisfying, be realistic, and remember that EVERY job has its frustrations and its boring bits. Whether you become pope or pop-star, tedium is part of the deal.
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