I made it out. Granted, I was only 25 at the time; but I left a good job at a regional, and good prospects to someday make it to a major (FedEx, etc) to pursue medicine. I will be starting medical school in the fall. So it is possible. I would get out now if you can see your way clear to any other career. Sad watching the profession crumble.
I got out after my third job in 5 years, stayed out 5 years, running my own business, enjoyable but lots of headaches, did not make much money. Missed being around airplanes, airports and pilots so I came back. Never looked back again.
I spent several years in aviation management. I thoroughly enjoyed everything I did. I loved airplanes. I learned to fly and eventually got tired of the negativity of the a lot of people in the industry (esp. mechanics and on demand 135 guys). The company I worked for was showing signs of belly flopping and I got the heck out. I started my own business and made a lot of money in the mean time outside of airplanes. Only several months after I "got out" I caught myself looking up at every noise I heard. I had to get back and I did. Will have CFI in less than a month. My point is that no matter how disgusted you get, you will always come back if it is your first love. It's my first love. Enjoy flying. A long day flying checks is better than a short day in a cubicle. Trust me. I've been there. For most of us, it is in our blood.