The Other Way of Work
From the Onion AV Club this week, an interview with artsy people (an actor and a director in the Chicago theater scene):
A: I guess it's both the blessing and the curse of the business. You're not a nine-to-fiver, slaving away at the same office or whatever every day of your life. You have a different environment and a different family every time. That's the really exciting thing. But then at the end of the run, everyone goes their separate ways.
Versus my situation - nine-to-fiver (actually closer to eight-to-sixer) in an office, same people, health insurance, budget spreadsheets instead of creating art. I'm tired of my setup.
What do you prefer? If you're lodged in one, would you prefer the other?