1. You can't be honest about your life because it makes your boss look bad!
2. Let me introduce you to the phrase "calculated mediocrity"
3. That reply just proved every claim in that review and then some
4. Two can play at this game
5. If your work is ever described this way, you have peaked in life
6. Bad news: this is what it's like in any career you choose
7. It can be fun... you can eat breakfast food whenever you want (given that you can afford it)
8. It's difficult to find pride in a job that mistreats you and underpays you at the same time
9. Now that is the most accurate description
10. So... let's talk about "inflation"
11. That totally makes up for it!
12. Welcome to adulthood, Jessica. It sucks. You're gonna love it!
13. The audacity of some employers
14. Because no is a complete sentence
15. It's only appropriate in this feudal society
16. Pizzas and punny candies don't do the trick either. Give your employees a raise or let them go home.
17. Core memories!
18. Is it a coincidence? Who knows!
19. How many HR rules were broken in those messages?
20. Huh, customers are always right
21. If you want to know what humans are really like, try to work in the retail industry
22. You should meet the person who replied, "No."
23. It's not a big shocker that after years of being exploited, teachers are finally calling it quits
24. Why stop at a three-day weekend when we can aim for the stars and have a full seven-day off? Kidding! Unless...
25. ... and how our poverty is bankrupting industries left and right
26. Suddenly it's "nobody wants to work anymore!"
27. Thanks, universe!
28. "I want to talk to grandma!"
29. This is why more and more people are acting their wage. Hard work is not rewarded with a raise or promotion.
30. Perfect dose of reality for a boss babe
31. This should be on the constitution or something
32. We exert three times the effort and still live paycheck to paycheck
33. Your fave reality star needs a dose of reality
34. The ridiculous expectations have to stop!
35. The Sunday crowd is extra special, too
I'm pretty sure our bodies aren't designed to seat 40 hours every week, staring at a computer screen. It's sadly the bleak reality for a majority of the population.
Working would be more bearable if our employers realize that we are the human beings who built them their wealth. It will be amazing once the working people realize we don't owe the so-called "job creators" any of our loyalty.