Elizabeth Garone is a freelance writer in California and a former Career Q&A columnist for the
Wall Street Journal.
With recruiters now favoring online applications and sites such as LinkedIn allowing professionals to develop networks and search jobs ads, it's easy to think the traditional career fair has become antiquated. But it hasn't.
For many people, a beloved job that pays well can make up for outrageous hours that go along with it. But what happens when it is just too much?
Here are a few solutions on how to deal with bosses who make you want to call in sick -- every single day.
Quitting a Job
At what point does it make sense to leave a boring job and find one that not only pays you well and gives you perks, but also makes you happy?
Stranger are often easier to manage and -- if needed -- fire.
Other than going to extreme lengths like quitting your job, is there anything else you can do when colleagues' insecurities start making your life miserable?
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