Being a priest is a great Job. If You're a Greek Priest, you only have to work about 2 hours one day a week. Russian Priests have it a bit harder, they have to work about 45 minutes on Saturday night, a as long as 3-4 hours on sunday morning, but most of them tend to survive. LOL
Seriously though, it really depends on the Parish. In a large Parish the Priest tends to be an administrator, ensuring that the Parish runs as smoothly as possible, though he still has the responsibility of the Sacraments (though in the largest parishes, often that is all he has time to do; some will find a small amount of time for counseling). In smaller parishes where the administrative expectations are less demanding they may be able to spend more time counseling and tending to the various spiritual needs of their flock.
45 minutes??? for vigil??? The shortest ROCOR vigil I've ever been to is 1.5 hours. Shortest liturgy... well, about 1.25 hours.
Most ROCOR priests I know have secular jobs. My dad, who's retired as of 3 weeks ago, worked as a highschool music teacher for 20 years. My grandfather, who's been a priest for about 35 years, worked as an engineer until retirement age.
Some of the various secular professions of priests that I know - Truck driver, university professor, substitute teacher, talk-radio host, independent contractor, computer engineer... the list goes on and on.
On top of having to support their own families, they spend their weekends serving vigil and liturgy, performing baptisms, marriages, "trebi." Often after or before church they administer the "church school." They also have to act as administrator of the church.
At any random hour they can be called to the bedside of a sick or dying person. During the week they often miss secular work for spiritual emergencies and funerals. Their parishioners often think that they can call upon their priest at any hour for any random thing (and some things are rather ridiculous).
Also, if the priest lives right next to the church, they can often expect random people showing up from far away asking if they could spend the night as to be able to attend church services. This person might be a friend of a parishoner, or just someone random. Since they live next to the church, they can also expect parishioners knocking on their door, needing to "talk to batushka." This happens all the time, whether batushka is just sitting down for dinner, in the shower, or taking a nap. Parishoners often invade the priest's home after services, whether the priest or his matushka want it or not.
It's really not a bad life, but GiC got my dander up, with that statement.
Anyway, it's almost 11AM, I really should do some work around here.