I'm beginning to deal with the realization that I chose the wrong profession. Outside of drafting, I really have no desire to be in this field anymore. I don't enjoy being outside, even on nice days, because I'm rarely able to enjoy what I once did when I started in the field. Budgets are tight, and it's no longer about doing a good job, but doing a cheap job. 

Posted by ASCSurveyor

I'm beginning to deal with the realization that I chose the wrong profession. Outside of drafting, I really have no desire to be in this field anymore. I don't enjoy being outside, even on nice days, because I'm rarely able to enjoy what I once did when I started in the field. Budgets are tight, and it's no longer about doing a good job, but doing a cheap job.

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