You were excited to receive your job offer, and you threw yourself into this work with the full force of your enthusiasm and ambition. Your first week passed in a giddy blur of optimism, and during the next few weeks, you were so determined to stay positive that you tuned out and ignored a growing series of subtle warnings. The first time your boss threw you under the bus to protect himself from his own mistake, you started to see the light. But by then, you were fully invested. At this point, the job that once felt like a golden opportunity has now become a pair of golden handcuffs. Or more accurately, a golden train wreck. But for some reason, you’re still here. But just so you know, you’re not alone. There are similar workers facing the same situation all around you, whether they talk about it openly or not. Here are some of the most common reasons we tend to stay in jobs that aren’t right for us.