30 Work Pun Cartoons

Yes, looking at these count towards your billable hours.

An HR rep tells a power drill that unfortunately, he is going to have to fire him.
It's okay, the drill didn't find that desk job very fulfilling anyway.
In this pun on the fourth of July tradition of fire works, we see Fire Works: a flame doing a job at a laptop talking on the phone to its boss promising to have a deck done by noon.
This may be scary to your dog if your dog believes that all employees deserve the day off.
In this pun on software designer, we see a person (who is clearly a fashion designer, wheeling in a clothing rack of very fluffy and soft looking garments) enter a tech startup office. The person says, "I'm here for the interview. I'm a soft wear designer
Do I use python? No, snake skin is not a soft enough material for my work.
In this pun on data scientists "scraping the data," we see a woman talking to her boss. She says, "I scraped the data like you asked, but it didn't give me any information." Next to the woman is a sad chart, bleeding because he's bee scraped.
Is this what data scientists do?
In this pun on connecting on networking site, LinkedIn, we see two people professionally connected on Lincoln - President Abraham Lincoln. It's an easy mistake.
I’ve made this mistake too many times to count. #professionalnetworker
Some cardboard boxes work in an office.
Shockingly, some prefer this to box work-from-home.
In this pun on bureaucrat, a rat does paperwork as his part of bureaucracy.
These are a few of my favorite things! (Paperwork and rats)
In this pun on Microsoft PowerPoint, people do powerful pointing.
Not sure why work doesn't find my PowerPoints informative
A face card from a deck of playing cards holds a briefcase and resume.
I don't know who uses these, I just connect with face cards on LinkedIn.
In this pun on "I tip my hat to you," we see a coffee shop customer tipping her server by leaving a sunhat in the tip jar. The server says, "That's not particularly helpful."
Useful advice: Only leave your hat in a tip jar if it is full of money or if it can be sold on eBay for thousands of dollars.