Corporate Slacker Confession Starts Debate On Usefulness Of White Collar Jobs
If you were to ask most people about their jobs, it's likely they would find something to complain about. From annoying co-workers to crappy pay, there are a lot of people out there that feel like they work way too hard to get the treatment they receive.
This isn't the case for everyone, though, as a recent post on r/confessions has made clear. In it, u/endeara admits that they only work about ten hours a week for their full time, salaried, corporate job. Citing a lenient boss and working from home as the way they get away with it, they ask if all of these kinds of jobs involve the same amount of effort.
The post caused some controversy in the replies, with some office workers accusing them of revealing a secret and others suggesting that CEOs have it even easier. However, angriest of all were those not working in the corporate world, braving industries like hospitality and retail. It seems that the verdict is in: you can slack at a job anywhere, but it's a lot harder when you have to deal with the delights of the general public.