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Worker keeps applying to work-from-home jobs.

In a viral video, a worker is showing off just how much at-home tech they’ve accumulated after applying for multiple work-from-home jobs, and one things for sure, she’s not short on computer monitors.  

The video, from TikTok creator @thedivinemotherr reached over one million views and 130,000 likes on her video by Tuesday afternoon. Viewers complain about the working conditions they’ve experienced when working from home.

In an on-screen caption, @thedivinemotherr wrote, “POV: you keep applying for WFH jobs and they all send you the equipment.”

The video showed her room filled with three laptops and three computer monitors. The Daily Dot reached out to @thedivinemotherr via TikTok direct message.

The creator captioned her video, “Now I got 3 training classes tomorrow at 9am,” with a laughing emoji. 

User @tree_girl96 asked, “How is it possible to attend 3 training classes at one time?”

“AI will take notes,” user responded.

Other viewers applaud @thedivinemotherr for being able to juggle so many jobs at once. “That resume must be immaculate,” user Dajha (@xojump) said.

“Yes! It’s all in the resume,” @thedivinemotherr responded.

“And this is why they won’t call me back, you got all the jobs,” user Courtney (@courtneylancton) joked.

One viewer expressed their frustrations with trying to find a work-from-home job.

“Tell me how, cause I’ve literally been applying for WFH jobs since I was 3 months pregnant and ain’t got one. My baby is 7 months now,” user @shza021 said. Their comment received over 9,700 likes. 

“I’m working 2 [work-from-home jobs], and I feel like I’m about to pass away,” user Symone added (@symonelatasha). @thedivinemotherr Now I got 3 trainning classes tomorrow AT 9am 🤣🤦🏾‍♀️ #wfh #wfhlife #momsoftiktok #fyp ♬ Barbie – JaidynAlexis

According to Pew Research Center, almost three years after the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, about 35% of workers with remote jobs are working from home full time.

A couple of commenters suggested that @thedivinemotherr should be more careful about having so many jobs.

“I would be so silent about this,” user @godfavorsusmb wrote.

“Good for you. If you can work all of them and produce without them catching on [that you’re milking] the system. But just be careful of conflicts of interest,” user @r0llinguphill said.

*First Published: Oct 24, 2023, 4:53 pm CDT Grace Fowler

Grace Fowler is a summer reporting and media fellow with the Daily Dot. She’s a recent graduate of Texas State University, where she studied mass communications.

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