'Hustle culture' is Facing an Existential Crisis with Millennials
Many wonder whether finding meaning in their job is a fruitless pursuit
Millennials are not okay. In a December TikTok video, user @thatcorporatelawyer slowly closes his laptop while lip-syncing Dirty Thoughts by singer Chloe Adams.
You hear: "I get dirty thoughts about you." You read on screen: "Corporate Millennials manifesting quitting their 9-5 and starting a new life."
The hashtag #CorporateMillennial has more than 64 million views and gives a glimpse of an undercurrent rippling through a section of a group generally defined as having been born between 1981 and 1996. This particular batch of Millennials is caught in a moment of redefining their relationship with their jobs.
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