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QuitTok is the latest TikTok subculture taking over the app as young people continue to document quitting their jobs.

Dec 14 2021

QuitTok is the latest TikTok subculture taking over the app as young people continue to document quitting their jobs. YPulse told you how young people flocked to TikTok this summer to share their job resignation stories, and as the wave of workers quitting their jobs continues, QuitTok is becoming a place for ex-employees to share their experiences. #QuitMyJob counts more than 195M views, and as resignations continue reaching all-time highs (data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics shows that at least 4.4 million people quit their job in September) new #QuitMyJob videos are going viral: @xounique shared a video of her quitting her retail job via the store’s intercom in a clip from November garnering more than 11M views; @alikainwanderlust also shared a video in November sharing how she quit her job, sold all her stuff, and moved to Bali; and @maddielovespotatoes shared a viral clip explaining how mental burnout led to her quitting her teaching job this fall. Posting about quitting one’s job has permeated other platforms, too. Multiple Twitter users have recently tweeted about the satisfying feelings of quitting their toxic jobs, while the r/antiwork subreddit has become a forum for those who want to “end work,” want support for work-related struggles, and “want to get the most out of a work-free life.” (Insider)