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Workplace satire, comedy, and all things satirical in the Journal corporate culture digital space.

john harrison4 months ago
Do You Guru? 3 Secrets to Unlock/Reach/Master Etc Etc Etc
EXCLUSIVE OFFER: Only for people that have a social media account (or a pulse). I swear half my emails/messages start with "your photo/video/profile has been chosen/shortlisted/nominated/picked for bl...
Olivia Owensa year ago
An Honest Cover Letter
Any one of you that have been in the throes of a job interview will probably have had to fabricate quite a few white lies in your time. "Why did you apply for this job?" The answer is most likely mone...
Dee Jaya year ago
Work Stories - Easter Sunday
EASTER SUNDAY In my younger days, I was a head banger and it showed. I wore heavy metal shirts (always long-sleeved, never any other color than black), torn baggy jeans, steel-toed Doc Martens, had a ...
The Secret Life of a Serial Dreamer
Have you ever been so deeply inspired by something that you’ve done absolutely nothing? Have you dreamed so vividly that you forgot to wake up? I know that sounds crazy, but I invite you to take a loo...
M.P. Laluep2 years ago
5 Tips for a New Author
We've all been there. That amazing idea has been kicking around in your head for an entire 10 minutes and it's just way too great to not be shared with the entire world. You think — nay, you KNOW — th...
Rhonda Farley2 years ago
My Adventures as a Pizza Delivery Driver
Boy, the year sure did fly by again and once more upon us all is the holiday season. I guess that this had to be my favorite time of the year to deliver pizzas, driving along to all of my customer's h...
Rhonda Farley2 years ago
My Adventures as a Pizza Delivery Driver
The International Airport is located just a few miles down the road from the Store. Personally, I do not think that people that work at the airport should order pizza, there is nowhere to pull over to...
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Jeremy Timmons2 years ago
I'll Tell You the Secret to Entrepreneurial Success
Generally, I would consider myself to be a fairly pragmatic person. So much so that, in some circles, I'm alternatively labeled as "emotionally unavailable," "empathetically barren," or even "an apath...
Clark Ramos2 years ago
Millennials Are The Worst Generation
Hello. My name is Clark, and I was born on a frosty, winter afternoon in January of the ever-so-fleeting year of 1995. That makes me a Millennial, and therefore an expert on Millennials. Recently, I'v...
Eleni T2 years ago
The Struggle of Being a Millennial
I googled "What have millennials...." and thanks to the power of Google, the first thing that came up was" What have millennials ruined...". I have come across a number of articles, videos, and posts ...
Caitlin McDonald2 years ago
Crafting Your Post-Apocalyptic Resume
If you’ve been marking off the days since President Trump obtained the nuclear codes with increasing trepidation, now might be the time to brush up on your post-apocalyptic resume. Just because your L...
Most Annoying Questions You Can Ask a Flight Attendant
Flight attendants deal with so much trouble by having to put up with their passengers' annoying questions and strange requests. It truly is a thankless job, managing and helping the human cargo lodged...
Zanna Hintz2 years ago
Adulthood Is Like Losing Your Mom In the Supermarket
You go to school your entire life, from 5 to 18 you are a student. Then you are told to go to college and get a job. Which as a recent college graduate, I will tell you that it is a good time. You get...
Gaurav Sharma2 years ago
The Ultimate Slaves of 9 to 5
Some stuff happened with me at work and I am a bit frustrated today. But that incident made me think of our lives at the workplace. Today’s incident helped me see the bigger picture and understand the...