A comprehensive survey has revealed a startling truth: not a single person who professes support for the Socialist Worker actually holds down a job. The findings, while not entirely unexpected, have provided a humorous twist to the age-old stereotype of socialist activism.

The survey, conducted by a group of bemused researchers, sought to shed light on the demographics of Socialist Worker supporters. What they discovered was a fascinating correlation between loud rhetoric about workers’ rights and a distinct lack of participation in the labor force.

“It’s quite remarkable, really,” commented one of the researchers. “You’d think that a publication championing the cause of the working class would have a readership composed of, well, actual workers.”

Indeed, the irony seems too delicious to ignore. While Socialist Worker enthusiasts are quick to extol the virtues of socialism and decry the evils of capitalism, they appear to be less enthusiastic about punching the clock and earning a living like the rest of society.

“It’s almost as if they’re content to let others do the heavy lifting while they pontificate from the sidelines,” remarked a bemused observer.

In response to the survey results, Socialist Worker representatives were quick to dismiss the findings as “bourgeois propaganda” and insisted that their supporters were simply too busy fighting for the revolution to bother with mundane concerns like employment.

As the debate rages on, one thing remains clear: the curious case of the jobless Socialist Worker supporters serves as a reminder that sometimes, the most fervent advocates for change are the ones least inclined to roll up their sleeves and get to work.