Gen Z Woman's Complaint About 9-To-5 Jobs Divides The Internet

Gen Z Woman's Complaint About 9-To-5 Jobs Divides The Internet

It doesn’t take much for a video or a statement to go viral in the era of social media and fast communication, starting discussions and debates all across the internet. A video of a Gen Z woman griping about her 9–5 job went viral recently, sparking debate about the expectations of the younger generation and the traditional work model. 

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Who Is This Woman?

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Brielle Asero is the Gen Z woman who has shared the video on her TikTok account. In an attempt to lower the cost of tuition, the 21-year-old graduated from the University of South Carolina in May 2023, one year ahead of the rest of her class. 

What Is She Complaining About?

The internet is divided after a video of this woman criticising her employment went viral on social media. Brielle Asero initially shared the video on TikTok, which was then shared on other websites. 

According to Mashable, she informed her 125,000 TikTok followers about how little time she had for herself after she got home from work. The 9–5 timetable was deemed “crazy” by Ms. Asero. 

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On TikTok, her video has gathered over 200,000 likes and 2.3 million views. “I board the train at 7:30 am, and the earliest I get home is 6:15 pm,” she stated in the video. “I don’t have time to do anything,” she added. 

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Next, Ms. Asero asks her internet followers two questions: “How are your friends made? How can you meet a guy in your spare time?”

When Did She Post The Video?

According to the Twitter post, the video was posted on October 24th, 2023.

Where Did She Post The Video?

#4HL pic.twitter.com/EgjT8KDWdA

— cold 🥑 (@coldhealing) October 24, 2023

Originally, the woman posted the video on TikTok, but you can also watch her on Twitter. 

How Is The Internet Reacting To This Viral Video?

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Social media users were quite interested in her video; some posted criticism of her, while others defended her. One of the most well-liked remarks was, “The 40-hour work week is beyond outdated, and your feelings are valid.” 

The video, titled #4HL, debuted on X (previously Twitter) and alluded to the “four-hour life,” which is the notion that you have four hours left over after work each day for yourself. People left some negative comments. At the same time, others jumped to her defence over the video.

Why Did She Make This Video?

In an interview with Rolling Stone, Asero expounded on the reaction to her video. “Most of the folks who are upset with me are just venting their frustration over the time they’ve lost due to working long hours. To maybe spark a change, I just wanted to bring others who share these feelings,” she said. 

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Welcome to being a man. Lots of women complain their man don’t have time for them, or that their meman got out of shape over time, and yet here is a woman telling herself why women are spoiled, when they complain about their men not being available.

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— Weight Loss💎🍿🦍🚀 (@PEwithJoe) October 25, 2023

Move out of the city where commutes are brutal, parking is too expensive, and meet a traditional man who puts God first. You do that, too. Have a family and kiss corporate America goodbye. You’ll be much happier.

— All is Not Well in Zion (@NotWellInZion) October 25, 2023

She’s pretty enough, maybe get married to a guy and stay home before your looks fade

— Latinx Adjacent Doctor PhD (@TonerousHyus) October 24, 2023

This isn’t her fault, it’s the fault of her parents and teachers for not telling her what the real world is like and you need to get a man early. It is also the boomers fault for destroying the economy with deficit spending and taxes.

— Joshua Done (@JoshuaDone) October 25, 2023

she lives in a man’s world

— SIGMA GRINDSET ✝️ (@christopilled) October 25, 2023

She’s either going to adapt or go back home.You have to love the city. Drag your feet during your lunch breaks. take work home with you. Meet a guy at the coffee shop. Read a book on the train. Stumble across a good pork bun spot. Its your oyster to crack open.

— Fallen 🍂 For CSJ 🕊️🏺🌿 (@STClovisSupreme) October 24, 2023

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