My boss says he loves what he does, which is often chewing out his staff, so no, I haven't told him a thing.
I spend half my time selling things, most of the rest defending my clients from my bosses (who never think anyone is buying enough things), and the last bit getting chewed out by those bosses (it doesn't matter if you're in the top three employees every month, because all that ever matters is the new month).
I had this idea I could distill enough cash out of this job to buy a house and reduce my cost of living enough to consider myself free from any particular job... then I found MMM and learned that's basically what FI is, and it's not as rare as I thought. Every month I watch my net worth go up and my stress level plummets as I think of how much better a situation I could walk away into. None of the work I will eventually be passionate about has a high chance of paying well, so that's what I hope to escape to by 35. I am actually grateful, though, that I found this job when I did. It's so ruthlessly non-secure that it was obvious to me that the only reasonable thing to do was build an escape plan out of the proceeds, which has put me in the best financial shape of my life, my parents' lives, their parents'...
At-will employment is total nonsense. Where I am, the culture of "but you're supposed to give notice..." protects employers, while employees (as usual) get the short end of the stick. I plan to get every benefit at my job that's available and save the max I can, then I'll probably retire at the moment they assume I'm in it for the long haul. I couldn't bring myself to feel badly about this considering literally most of our staff is under 2 years in, and that situation developed over only the last 4-5 years, as the entire industry determined that we are expendable.