75 Work Cartoons to Help You Get Through the Week
Beyond Dilbert: Take a break at the office and laugh with our collection of Reader's Digest cartoons about work and office life.
Too much work
For some of us Monday through Friday are the worst days of the week. To help you get through those five days, read through these cartoons for some much-needed humor. Next, check out these work from home cartoons we can all relate to right now.
Plan = money
I think that’s everyone’s basic plan. If you’re a technophobe, you will probably appreciate these tech cartoons.
The big guys
They look intimidating. These love and marriage cartoons are hilariously accurate.
How long will it take these two men to figure out the issue? Check out some of the funniest excuses ever uttered.
That’s a very good question.
If only we could come up with a money-making solution as fast as we brainstormed the word, “help.”
I knew I should have shaved before this interview.
Protected from the meeting
You really never know who’s going to come after you at these things.
Painting the walls
I wish we could all paint our boring office walls. Take a look at these funny photos of dogs “working from home.”
Yeah…we’re going to need an extension. Need a break? These Christmas cartoons will make you chuckle at any time of year.
This office is A-Maze-Ing!
If you get lost, call HR. Don’t miss these hilarious excuses people actually used to get out of work.
At least he’s honest. These doctor cartoons that will make you laugh through the pain.
What about unplugging it and plugging it back in? Try these funny work jokes to defuse awkward situations.
Yikes. It sounds like this guy could learn from these outrageous true stories of dumb employees.
We all have dreams; some are just more realistic than others.
But that’s nothing compared to these work mistakes that could cost you the job.
Brush up that resume, stat! No need for superpowers; just make sure you have these soft skills employers are looking for.
Don’t forget to mention these invisible job skills you didn’t know you have.
If you can write it in an email, don’t call a meeting.
Hopefully, she won’t make any grave errors.
That’s nothing compared to the worst bosses you could ever work for.
Is it the crunchiest one or the saltiest one? The world may never know.
Just a thought
The power of positive thinking can go a long way.
Anyone can pull off these April Fool’s Day office pranks.
It’s pretty close to what the Capitol Building looks like, right?
A bit delayed
Corporate punishment. These cartoons hilariously describe everyday life.