I find it very easy to follow my path at work because I now work for a very ethical company who treats their employees with a great deal of respect, ethically sources goods and labor (including manufacturing labor), and focuses heavily on stewardship of the environment. Its a national outdoor recreation retailer in the US, so not only does all the previously mentioned apply, but they really encourage their employees to get outside and have fun, which for me and the two other pagans I work with is incredibly soul-nourishing. In 3 weeks Husband and I are going on a camping trip, and we hike and cycle a lot.
As far as being "out" at work, I don't find that to be a challenge because of the accepting atmosphere. I wear a pentacle and a silver aspen leaf (Hubby's xmas/birthday gift
), and a ring with a tiny pentacle on it. I also have a lot of "leafy" jewelry, rings and earrings and whatnot. So, it is "out there" for people to see, but for the most part nobody comments unless they're also pagan. I also live in Texas, so in the past I've gotten intermittent attempts at salvation or even criticism, but I haven't experienced that at my current job. I'm hoping to make a career out of this employer, in outdoor education and "outreach" (organizing events with local charities and outdoor activities groups).