Our expert says:
wo, obvously both are important. I tink mit was the glorious Spike Milligan who said that while money can't buy you happiness, it does at least enable you to arrnage for a much better class of misery. You don't have to choose between the two --- don't you need to work on re-arranging circumstances, to the extent possible, to reduce the stress at work ; while continuing to look for alternative jobs ? Unpaid overtime is unfair, and ought to be avoidable and avoided. So you can't be truly creative at work, because the boss is too silly to know how to use you properly ? Sad, but common, in different ways, to most of us in employment. But that doesn't stop you from being brilliantly creative in your own time, nights and weekends -- which is the only time most of the rest of us have in which to be creative, anyway. You can revise your expectations of the job, expecting nothing diferent from what it provides, and looking elsewhere for enjoyment of the sort the money can help you to buy.
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