If you actually like your job in corporate America, you're one of the lucky ones. I was recently perusing r/antiwork and was disheartened to see so many people feeling beaten down and frustrated by their place of employment. Here are the 14 posts that stuck out to me the most:
1."I got written up for wearing these socks. Any guesses why? 🍄"
2."Just found I'm the single lowest-paid paramedic at my ambulance company, despite having the most experience by several years."
3."I left my job shortly after receiving this prize for my good work 😂😂😅."
4."Tried to quit my job and they said no."
5."Update from yesterday: I work in New York."
6."My wife needs surgery. They wanted her to sign this. She said HELL NO."
7."After helping them on short notice many times, I finally learned that my day off is my day off."
8."I make $15 an hour, y’all."
9."Am I losing it or is this insane?"
10."My job fired 30% of their staff after losing money this season buying a new building they couldn’t afford. Then they blamed us for it. Some legend left this in the break room."
11."Boss went radio silent after I asked for my checks."
12."My job involves walking for hours at a time. We also don't get breaks at all, even for 12-plus-hour shifts."
13."My boss would rather throw food away to make a point than feed her employees. They already don’t pay us any money because we’re servers who only make money from customer tips."
14.And finally, "Thanks for this! I worked the entire 24 hours of Christmas Day for no extra pay too!"