So I recently got a new job at a local veterinary clinic - and during my first day of training (the much-loved cliche video training day *gag*) - Was informed that my new place of employment features an 'Alternative Medicine Veterinarian'. Needless to say, I was pretty disappointed by this, but kept my opinions to myself because I desperately need this job. Everything else about the job is great - I really like it so far. But every time someone calls in to schedule an appointment for some 'doggy acupuncture' or asks about recommended 'homeopathic pet remedies', I cringe inside. Unfortunately, like most low-income Americans, this job is vital to my existence, so my hands are rather tied at this point in time. I'm hoping I get a callback and interview opportunity for the resume/application I recently submitted to the county zoo, but only time will tell in that regard. In the past, I have actually quit or been fired over being unwilling to compromise my personal beliefs and morals just to keep a job - In both situations, animals and/or clients were being mistreated/neglected in some way and I respectfully but unapologetically made my views and opinions quite clear on the matter. However, this time, that simply isn't an option. I'm just not in a position where I can do anything of the sort right now. What would you do in my position? Has anyone else here experienced anything similar or, like me, sacrificed employment or something else they valued due to their personal views/morals/etc?