It is one of those questions that I can't answer for you. However, I can give you some things to ponder over as you make your decision:
1. Do you have enough contacts that should you quit your job, you'd generate your desired number of auditions?
2. Do you have enough money saved to leave your job without another source of income?
3. The best way to get another job is through people you already know. Can't you send out an email and pursue a flexible day job while still at your current job (on your two 15-minute breaks and your 1 hour lunch break)?
4. Have you gotten yourself into the habit of spending one-hour on your career while in your current job? If not, I suggest getting into the habit first to prove to yourself that you have the discipline to go after your career with consistency.
There is nothing wrong with sticking with a reliable day-job if you're not positioned for success in your craft yet.
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