Over the past month or so, the terms “quiet quitting” and “quiet firing” have gone viral.  They’re basically just passive aggressive ways to NOT do as much work . . . or to make an employee miserable until they leave.

Now there’s a new concept that may start trending:  Quietly working two jobs.  (???)  The snappier name for it is “OVEREMPLOYED.”

It’s when you’ve got TWO remote gigs going on . . . and neither employer knows about the other.  And on top of that, you’re able to manage doing both of them simultaneously, within one work day.

There’s even a website called OverEmployed.com which HELPS people do it . . . as well as a thread on Reddit.

The benefit is two full-time paychecks.  The drawback is that unless you’re REALLY lucky, you’re probably looking at a 12- to 14-hour work day, at least to start . . . until you figure out how to juggle the work.  The ruse can also be hard to maintain . . . and people are sharing stories about how they were caught.