On Thursday, April 15th, a mass shooting at a FedEx facility in Indianapolis took place. Eight were killed, which marked the highest number of deaths in a workplace-related shooting since February 2020. This is in large part due to the returning of workers that were previously remote. Because of the toll that employees, especially delivery workers are under when they risk their safety for the job, the resentment against work is increasing. But, returning to work is not all to blame for this. Another reason, suggests Lori Ann Post(director of the Buehler Center for Health Policy and Economics at the Northwestern University) is that now that the pandemic and political attention is starting to die down, there is more space for these incidents to be heard in the media. In addition, because so many people are starting to get vaccinated, the worry over the pandemic has calmed down and has now returned to these mass shootings.