It's bad enough that after 11 1/2 years my job is still considered a "temporary" position.
It's bad enough that because of this my position is "eliminated" and then "reopened"; so that I am "rehired" each year.
It's bad enough that after 11 1/2 years I make the same hourly wage as someone who started a few months ago... thanks to the whole "temporary" thing.
It's bad enough that I will now technically be supervised by someone with far less experience, knowledge, and training specific to my work than I have
It's bad enough that policies prevent me from being able to fill that particular position.
It's bad enough that I will be expected to help train this person to take on duties and responsibilites so that they may correctly and efficiently do this position.
When does "bad enough" become just too bad to handle anymore?