Women are human beings. And YOU are an ass. There, fixed that for you.
As someone who used to work with research mice A LOT, I can tell you that captive mice (yes, the normal "wild-type" mice) are considered very old after 18 months, but in the wild they live around 4 years. My theory is that the real wild-type mice, ie the ones out in the field, get lots of excercise and have reduced caloric intake. The captive research mice have all the food and water they could ever want 24/7 and live in tiny boxes with no exercise wheel. Yes, the captive mice don't get diabetes or atherosclerosis, but they're still not living as long...
Either that, or they're so inbred it makes GoT seem tame!
Not sure if joking or trolling, but you're an asshole either way. Attending to career so they can provide well for the child doesn't seem like procrastinating to me. It sounds like good and reasonable planning.
That, and their customer support is really awful (the actual software is mediocre). It doesn't handle moving states to change jobs very well. It kept trying to slap me with an entire year's worth of taxes for one state. Customer support was non-existent (see numerous Intuit fora).
I think answers like this border on asinine. We're in a recession with double-digit unemployment. How easy would it be for him to find another job? If the curreny job really is malignant, then how likely is it a positive letter of recommendation will come from them? Relocation costs money. Uprooting the family is a drain on happiness. In all likelihood, the wife/mom is probably employed too. You'd need to find two jobs in the same locale.
It's easy to just say "go get another job" but it's another thing entirely to pull off.