Antiwork is a subreddit for all people who want to quit working and live freely. This community brings support and anti-work ideas to figure out your path.

The community has a FAQ section where members post their most common questions regarding achieving an antiwork life. Usually, other members with more experience answer these questions.

Additionally, there is a library with essays, articles, books, short stories, podcasts, and links to relevant information about the antiwork ideology. The community offer members a wiki explaining how each section works. These resources provide incredible alternatives for those who desire a life out of work.

Members communicate mostly through the Antiwork subreddit, but they also have a Telegram group and a Discord server.


  • Membership: Free Community
  • Year Founded: 2013
  • Amount of members: 1,900,000
  • Online Group: Yes
  • Job board: No
  • Language: English
  • Method: Virtual


Try a different lifestyle:
If your desire has always been to live freely without working, this community brings relevant information and useful strategies to members who want to live without working.

Access exclusive content:
As this is not a very common topic, all content will teach you something new about the antiwork ideology. From history to human resources, you will learn how to succeed without having a job.

Meet like-minded people:
You will find other people who are trying, have tried, or want to try this lifestyle. It is an opportunity to learn from them and bounce off ideas and opinions with each other.



No requirements.


Networking Events

Members of Antiwork usually interact through Reddit. They ask questions and exchange information by opening threads and contributing to the FAQ section. But additionally, members can also join a Discord server with over 4000 members or a Telegram group with 400+ members. Both online groups are great alternatives to Reddit that allow you to chat with other anti-workers in real-time.

Content Library

Members of Antiwork can access a huge resource library oriented to sharing information for living without working. You will find lots of resources, such as essays, articles, non-fiction and fiction books with anti-work themes, and short stories. There is also a section called "Essential Reads". It offers three book recommendations you cannot miss:

  • The Abolition of Work by Bob Black (1985)
  • On the Phenomenon of Bullshit Jobs by David Graeber (2013)
  • In Praise of Idleness by Bertrand Russell (1932)

If you prefer listening to reading, the community also offers a podcast library with more than 10 different categories. They address themes related to abolishing work and life beyond work.

Lastly, Antiwork provides a comprehensive list of relevant links to more resources such as external libraries and reading lists. Additionally, it offers a section of quotes from books and recommended music with playlists on Youtube and Spotify.

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