There is a disconnect between spiritual practice and modern forms of earning a living.
Our culture is driven by ego. Spiritual practice cuts through ego.
Our culture is driven by profit and gain. Spiritual practice is rooted in generosity and letting go.
Our culture chases after name and position, fame and renown. None of those hold weight in our spiritual practice.
So how do we earn a living as a professional and carry out our spiritual practice?
Do we divide them? Day trader and night giver?
Do we forsake the workplace and retreat to remote abodes, saying "this is not possible."
It is a problem that you must resolve on your own.
What does your practice look like in the context of your whole day? Can you resolve the tension and conflict of carrying your practice into your work? Does your work cause you to suffer and generate self-contempt? Can you be patient with your work as you progress on your path? Do you need to switch, change or find something better before you can integrate your work and practice?
All of these have to be answered by the serious practitioner of virtue. They are not easy questions, and you are the one that needs to bring forth the answers. You are the solution, and it must be lived.