I’m not married but I can relate to your husband. I hate my job, too, and for a long time I really struggled just to go in every day…some days are still like that.
(as an aside…Management and co-workers make ALL the difference!).
Now, as I found refuge in the sacraments and in adoration, I was able to stick it out and I’m still there, but God is there, too.
I think the best advice I’ve seen here is to just be there for him, help him to find a “plan”, something to look forward to. You didn’t say why 10 months is an issue, but that sounds like a contract thing.
I recently realized that my career options are zilch unless I want more of the same…and I don’t…and so I’m returning to school for a Master’s degree. It’ll be a lot of work and sacrifice, but without this job I hate, I never would have come to this decision. Could this be the kind of think that might be happening in your case?
Don’t bring this up with your husband, but ask God what He might be leading your husband to? Why is he struggling? What is the purpose…for there IS a purpose. You can’t “save” him, but you CAN pray for him, you CAN be there for him, and you can help him to find a plan.
God bless you…let us know what happens, will you?