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Aussie Life


29 July 2023

9:00 AM

29 July 2023

9:00 AM

The compound noun ‘rage apply’ is (I am told) the name being given to a new trend in workplaces around Australia. It was reported in the Daily Telegraph with the comment that ‘rage apply’ could result in either massive pay increases or else employees burning bridges with their employer. So, what is ‘rage apply’? The paper says that ‘rage apply occurs when you become so frustrated, burnt out and fed up with your job and your boss that you furiously apply for as many new roles as you can, even if you don’t (really) want them.’

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