Soon after British NHS has added web-development to the list of "mentally dangerous activities", the U.S. Department of Health went further and officially recognized the presence of any Webpack-related tasks as an explicit sign of a hazardous job.

Web-developers who spend at least 1 hour per week performing writing, testing or debugging Webpack configuration files are now considered workers of a dangerous field. They should expect pay raises as well as earlier retirement dates.

Those who spend 2 or more hours per week performing Webpack-related tasks are now required to see a mental health specialist at least twice a month. The U.S. Department of Health informs the tech companies that forcing any human being to spend 4 or more hours per week configuring Webpack is now illegal.