I would have a different job, a different life, who knows what else, but I've made so many decisions with IF as a big consideration.
My first thought when I read your post was... why do new prospective employers need to know? I know that some time off for procedures and such is necessary, but can be explained away if you cycle close by. If you can swing it, don't get stuck in your job just because you're ttc. I have found DE easier to schedule than any of my OE ivfs. I guess that an exception would be if you had insurance coverage with your current job. I actually pleaded with my dh years ago to not even consider a different job because his employer's insurance covered our OE ivf tries! I even calculated out what he was earning if we counted the costs of the cycles we were doing!
I have put off all kinds of career moves and going back to school and life and travel and everything else for almost ten years while ttc. Easier said than done, but I would try to do things differently, if given the chance. I will try to do things differently this year, regardless of the outcome of this cycle because I'm feeling trapped in my job as well as still being childless after all of this time.
Think of yourself, too. If you're able to be happier in a different job, perhaps the stress of cycling will be less. I wish that someone had told me that years ago!