As dot commented, there are a lot of answers on this site relating to anarchists navigating living in a hostile world, and in particular, navigating capitalism, jobby-jobs, etc.
Personally, I don't think there is one right way to navigate. Some of us make do on disability compensation, some of us turn to criminality (which is so expansive it includes everything from scams, to sex work, to straight up robbery). Myself, I have and have always had a job, and I've come to grips with the fact that there will never be some point where I transcend the world I live in and exist exactly as I'd like to exist. If I did that, I wouldn't be on the web right now, I'd be swimming butt naked with my best-ever dog friend in a lake or stream, but that isn't going to happen.
I work for a non-profit, doing something that commonly gets the response, "Oh, it is so good you do that work. So important..." The truth is, I work there because I can tolerate what I do and get compensated okay and not feel shitty about myself at the end of the day, not because it is good or aligns with my beliefs. If I could get paid as much to deliver pizza, I would totally change careers.
I can't tell you how to navigate, and I don't elaborate on my situation because I think it is somehow better than the other options, but because it is the one I can elaborate on. I am curious what your thoughts are on navigating this terrible world?