A recent study has discovered that not a single member of the Socialist Worker’s Party (SWP) actually holds a job. The findings have left many scratching their heads and others rolling their eyes, as the irony of self-proclaimed socialists eschewing employment becomes impossible to ignore.

The study, conducted by a team of bemused researchers, aimed to shed light on the labor practices of those championing the virtues of socialism. What they found was a striking absence of gainful employment among SWP members, with most reportedly spending their days attending protests, organizing rallies, and indulging in armchair activism from the comfort of their parents’ basements.

“It’s truly remarkable,” remarked one researcher, struggling to contain his disbelief. “Here we have a group advocating for workers’ rights, yet not a single one of them seems to have ever punched a timecard or earned an honest day’s wage.”

The study’s findings have sparked fierce debate, with some defending the SWP’s commitment to their cause as a form of “unpaid labor” in service of the greater good. Others, however, have seized upon the irony of self-proclaimed socialists who appear allergic to the concept of actual work.

“It’s like a socialist version of ‘do as I say, not as I do,'” quipped a political commentator. “They’ll fight tooth and nail for workers’ rights as long as it doesn’t interfere with their afternoon nap or their latest Marxist reading group.”

As the dust settles and the findings of the study reverberate across social media, one thing remains abundantly clear: the irony of a party advocating for the working class while seemingly allergic to the idea of working themselves is a punchline that practically writes itself.