Throughout the pandemic, people have had time to reflect on their work-life balance and question if it aligns with their wants and needs. Gen Yers and Zers, are expressing their views through the #antiwork movement, which emerged during 2020-21 and has gradually gained traction and attention. The movement is essentially the opposite of hustle culture and sees people quitting their jobs or drastically reducing their hours to create a lifestyle that works more in their favour. The r/antiwork subreddit, for "those who want to end work, are curious about ending work, want to get the most out of a work-free life," has tripled its subscribers since March 2020. The movement appeals most to those who reject the idea of the ‘rat race’ and ‘living to work’.