Sick and Tired
The global pandemic and a wave of unionizations have completely changed how we think and talk about labor in the past few years. The Great Resignation and quiet quitting, trends emblematic of this shift, point to a growing sense that workers won't settle for low wages and exploitative bosses. That sentiment is particularly present on r/AntiWork, a 2.4-million-strong community of Redditors who seek to "problematize work as we know it today." If that sounds appealing — and you're tired of the grind — then these r/anti-work-approved jobs might be the perfect antidote. One caveat: While most of these jobs don't require much experience, many don't pay well or offer great benefits.