- Work (1915 film), a 1915 silent film co-starring Edna Purviance
- WORK-LP, an American low-power television station licensed to serve Nashua, New Hampshire
- WRFK (FM), an American FM radio station licensed to serve Barre, Vermont known as WORK from 1974 through 2012
- WOYK, an American AM radio station licensed to serve York, Pennsylvania known as WORK from 1932 through 1973
- Work (professional wrestling), a staged event
- Work (painting), by Ford Madox Brown
- Work: A Story of Experience, a 1873 novel by Louisa May Alcott
- Work, a 1978 play by Ron Milner
- Work (book), a 2012 book by the anarchist collective CrimethInc
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