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Do ‘Lazy Girl Jobs’ Indicate a Need for Flexibility in the Workplace?

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… there are lots of jobs out there where you can make 60-80K, so like pretty comfortable salaries, and not do that much work, and be remote,” says Gabrielle Judge, the influencer behind the viral and who’s known as the “Anti Work Girlboss.” She now has nearly 156,000 followers and 3 million likes on her TikTok.

Here’s what a “lazy girl job” is, and what experts think about the trend.Judge gives a few examples of jobs that lend themselves to this—marketing associates, account managers or customer success managers.

She further defines them as:Judge wants people following her lazy girl job application program, which she used ChatGPT to develop, to apply to 15-20 jobs weekly.

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