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Looking elsewhere for work should be higher on your list than leaving the workforce altogether, if you haven’t got enough saved and your health allows it. (Photo: Getty)

Miserable at work? It could cost you big time if you jump ship too early to retire and get away from it.

So says a Motley Fool article on Madison.com. Citing a Conference Board report that more than half of Americans are “actively unhappy at work,” which could lead them to make some less-than-prudent decisions about sticking with the job, the article says that such was not always the case.

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