Facebook is an enormously successful company that uses software to convince its users to give it content that it can distribute to other users, who will engage with the content and hopefully click on an ad, or at least generate more content for Facebook.
Facebook has recently started employing humans to create some specialized content of its own — summaries of newspaper stories other humans have written. Turns out that working for Facebook in that role — or, actually, for an employment agency Facebook uses to hire people for that role — is not a fun job.
It also doesn't seem like a long-term job, per Gizmodo's excellent report. Many of the people Facebook's contractor hired to do the work last year have already quit or been pushed out. And they think that one day all of those jobs will disappear: