A. Technically, yes. But my boss regularly emails me at night and on the weekends.
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Have your wages kept up with the cost of living?
A. No. I haven’t received a raise in years! And my company doesn’t offer cost of living increases to keep apace with inflation, either.
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Do you receive paid sick leave and/or the following benefits: healthcare, vision care, dental insurance, parental leave, subsidized child care?
A. Alright, now I feel like you’re rubbing it in.
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How much do you make relative to your boss? What about the CEO? The company shareholders?
A. Just you asking that question makes me want to bash my skull against this keyboard.
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If you answered mostly As: you’re a worker trying to make ends meet in late stage capitalism, which prioritizes profits over people. Don’t stop working!!! Your work is important and leading somewhere.
If you answered mostly Bs: you’re a monkey trying to type the works of Shakespeare as part of the Infinite Monkey Theorem. Don’t stop typing!!! Your work is important and leading somewhere.
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Emily Kling is a writer based in New Haven, CT, where she is currently pursuing her MBA degree from the Yale School of Management. Her work has appeared in The Weekly Humorist, Points in Case, Little Old Lady Comedy, and The Belladonna. While Emily is often late, she is rarely fashionable. Find her on Twitter @EmilyKling2 or at www.emilyannekling.com.