No one talks about the human consequences of Enterprise IT and the use of ITIL to prevent humans from being useful and appreciated.
So about a month ago I walked in, realised I had no interest in getting taken advantage of anymore, and decided to quit. I told my boss that for the preceding 30 days my morning ritual consisted of getting up, sitting on the edge of my bed, and considering going to work or eating the barrel of my gun. No job should ever make one miserable enough to put suicide on the table, so I left with no notice and no prospects. I figured with my small amount of savings (very small) I can buy myself 3 more months to live and maybe land something better.
I can relate, its why I took a break from Enterprise IT. It’s a miserable place to work for a lot of people.
Burnout in Networking : networking : https://www.reddit.com/r/networking/comments/6mpas7/burnout_in_networking/