This US TikTok star built his following on videos about millennial work-from-home culture. And now – like many others – he quit his job.


Thill gained his popularity on the app by making videos during the pandemic about millennial anxiety and corporate work-from-home culture. — Chicago Tribune/TNS

CHICAGO: The first time Rod Thill downloaded TikTok, he deleted it. It wasn’t until the Covid-19 pandemic hit, when he, and millions of others, picked up the video-sharing social media app and never put it down again.

More than a year later, the Pilsen resident has acquired over one million followers on his account under the handle @Rod, where he self-describes as an “anxious millennial”.

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