Overall, I've been lucky enough to dictate terms on who I'll work for and what I'll work on. Notionally, I've had less in the way of flexibility in decision-making since getting married (since consequences of decisions-of-principle effect more than just me). However, that was offset by having built a work-reputation that meant that people haven't typically wanted to ask me to violate my principles and/or I've had "outs" if I needed to demure.
All I can say is, my ability to look myself in the mirror has been greatly aided by not having gotten married early.
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