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<snip>To me, it seems like taking a vacation from a bad job is like getting
to drown your sorrows; to paraphrase Churchill, next week you'll be back in
the cube and the job will still be ugly.</snip>
Which is true, but it's entirely possible that next week you'll be back in
the cube and something wonderful will happen on the job, like an interesting
new project, a chance to learn something new that interests you, or the
opportunity to *create* wonderful new things for yourself, even though for
the time being you have to keep your head down and slog through a pile of
what makes the grass grow green.
If it's truly awful, get out. If it's only temporarily ugly, hang in there.
Taking even a mini-vacation can make a big difference either way, and nobody
can take that away from you.
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