Tzitzit inside at work

Q: My boss asked me to tuck in my tzitzit claiming that the tzitzit negatively affect my outer appearance. I do not have any additional work opportunities and they will fire me if I do not comply. What should I do?
A: We do not commit a transgression even if we will loss our livelihood. But a person is not obligated to loss his income in order to fulfill a mitzvah. This is mentioned in regard to purchasing an etrog that one should not expend more than a fifth of his resources to purchase a beautiful etrog (Rama, Orach Chaim 656:1). In our case, he will fulfill the mitzvah of wearing tzitzit but not in its fullness since he will not wear them out. In such situations, we do not require one to lose his support of income. Therefore, he should compromise and put the tzitzit out a little in a non-conspicuous manner. For example, he can wrap them around his belt. After all, the authorities write that we should wear our tzitzit out but they do not specify how much. People often have to eat straw to earn a living.