Work-from-home employee only receives 4 calls during the night
Many social media users brag about how little they work on the side. Some people have been caught getting their nails done when they were supposed to be working remotely, and others have even lost their jobs while joking about engaging in non-work related tasks during work hours.
Now TikTok user @marrhe_peezy is going viral for explaining that she only had to answer four calls while working from home during a night shift.
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In the video, the TikToker wears a fleece-lined hooded coat while chewing a snack. She writes in a text overlay, “You pinch when you got a WFH job overnight and only get 4 calls all night.”
Several commenters who saw TikToker’s post expressed that they wanted remote working too. They were amazed at how many videos they had seen of people talking about their remote jobs.
“How do you guys get these jobs?” asked one viewer. “Anyone have links to weekend jobs?” another asked.
Some said that one of the benefits of working the night shift is a general lack of work duties that allows them to pursue leisure activities while being paid.
“I don’t even get calls, my manager and I are watching a show together,” shared one commenter.
Others, however, said their call center work-from-home jobs don’t leave much room for downtime.
“Now that you work with girls my calls are back to back,” wrote one viewer.
Several viewers also mentioned that as new moms or moms-to-be, they have been looking for remote work because of the practicality that working from home offers.
“Howwwww I’m having a baby soon and I’ve been looking EVERYWHERE for one,” said one user.
“No BC since I’m pregnant I’ve searched I can’t find one!!!!” another noted.
The Daily Dot contacted @marrhe_peezy via TikTok comment for more information.
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*Initial publication: March 2, 2023 at 5:45 p.m. CST
Jack Alban is a freelance journalist for the Daily Dot, covering trending human interest/social media stories and real people’s reactions to them. He always tries to incorporate evidence-based studies, current events, and relevant facts to those stories to create your not-so-average viral post.
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