Originally uploaded by jen halski
A job isn't worth a lot of things. I know that flies in the face of everything we're taught, but it's true.
For example, a job isn't worth stabbing yourself in the leg. If in you're in constant misery, experiencing high stress, and leave not wanting to come back your job isn't worth it. A job that involves any sort of cooking of books, lying, or ripping customers off isn't worth it either (See: Enron).
Essentially, money isn't everything. In fact, money isn't a lot of things. I know you want to be successful. We all do. But, if it's always about the money for you, misery won't be far behind. If it's always about the money for you, maybe it's time you took a step back and considered some of the more important things in life.