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'I'm A Female Warehouse Worker - Men Hit On Me Constantly But I Love How Easy The Job Is'

The woman raved about the benefits of working in a warehouse (Image: @natashalaurenhutton | Tiktok)


 December 7th, 2022  |  13:47 PM  |   500 views



A woman has claimed that she's always chatted up in the workplace, but continues to adore her job despite the flirtatious comments. Natasha Lauren Hutton raved about her warehouse job in a TikTok video, which has now surpassed a whopping 1.8 million views since posting.


Gushing about her job on the popular video-streaming platform, Natasha discussed the benefits of working in a warehouse. The female worker claims that she earns a good wage while dressing how she wants, and also choosing the hours that she wants to work.


Reaching out to women viewers, she encouraged girls to follow in her footsteps if they're "feeling down".


In the clip, she explained: "Girls, if you're feeling down, get a job in a warehouse.


"You don't need experience, choose your hours, you'll make bank and can dress like a bum everyday and still get hit on."


Flocking to the comments, TikTok users were torn over Natasha's claim, which inevitably sparked a debate between viewers on the popular app.


While some people claimed that they loved working in a warehouse, former employees were in disbelief as they shared their opposing views.


Taking to the comment section, one person said: "I lasted 3 hours at a warehouse job don't do it guys!"


"POV: Never work in a warehouse it will mentally and physically drain you," a second added.


Meanwhile, another wrote: "GOD NO! I would NEVER recommend working at a warehouse. Enjoy no air conditioning & insane goals."


Responding to people's upsetting stories, Tasha clarified in the comments: "Can't believe so many people have had bad experiences. This was a 2nd job so just extra money, easy work, nice people, and hours worked for me."


However, the TikToker wasn't alone with her claim as one person wrote: "I love my warehouse job idk what's up with these people."


A second penned: "I miss my warehouse job so much it was the best."


A third commented: "I used to work in warehouses and in shops. Comparing those two, prefer warehouse. You don't need to deal with customers."


Tasha replied: "100%, just put your music in and don’t have to speak to anyone."



courtesy of MIRROR

by Grace Hoffman, Lifestyle Writer


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