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TikTok users are starting to embrace a new trend called "quiet quitting" after two years of working through a pandemic, and it's the perfect idea for anyone who has trouble keeping a healthy work-life balance.

Basically, TikTokers are urging each other to have better boundaries at work, so you stick to your job description and don't burn yourself out by going above and beyond.

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If you’ve always wanted to enjoy the perks of an airline job without spending your days as a flight attendant, then one TikToker is here to let you know that you can have it all.

TikTok user @meganhomme, who works for United Airlines, shared all the jobs you can apply for that don’t require a uniform or working on actual flights, and there are some pretty great gigs available.

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This Essay article is part of a Narcity Media series. The views expressed are the author's own and do not necessarily reflect the views of Narcity Media.

Working poolside sipping a piña colada and getting a tan, all while making some money sounds like the dream — right? But in reality, it's not so easy.

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A beauty and skincare brand is currently looking for two people to be the voice of a commercial about their products — and you can make $1,000 for just two hours of work.

According to the casting call — which is listed on Backstage along with other voiceover jobs you can do at home — the beauty cosmetics voiceover actors would be working with the company Sheer Science.

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The pandemic forced many people and companies to adapt to working from home, and while some have embraced that model, others — like Elon Musk — are ready to go back to the old way. And they're willing to fire anyone who doesn't agree.

Musk warned his Tesla and SpaceX staff via an internal memo on Tuesday that they'd better start showing up to the office for a minimum of 40 hours a week. And if they're not cool with that, he told them to "depart" the company.

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