• The “antiwork” movement is rapidly growing, as people — especially Gen Zers (born after 1996)— embrace a work-free lifestyle.
  • Both an online and in-person movement, it’s about workers pushing back against exploitation and rethinking possibilities.
  • Insider spoke to three antiworkers about why they’ve left working behind, and what it means about the American Dream.

That vision of the perfect life eventually shattered. His then-wife saw through the illusion of work, he said, and quit to take care of their children and her elderly father. It took him a little longer to get there.          Continue reading