Depends how you view life, where you live and your circumstances.
Say you come from a traditional family, have children and a wife/husband, free will is not always there as you may have to make sacrifices and choices based on what's best to your family and the obligations you have.
Say you work for a company, have a boss and clients. You have an obligation to wake up every day, go to work from 9-5, dress presentably and at times bend over backwards to reach KPI's, targets and do well to keep your job.
Even someone who is unemployed and earns welfare income from the government, has an obligation to look for work, attend their local job centre and take any job offer they can physically do.
Also free will decreases depending on the country, religion, laws, rules, government etc
At times people end up finding true free will once they give up their possessions, leave jobs and obligations behind and begin to live for themselves.