A problem that has become central to modern life is the struggle of maintaining a work-life balance. The traditional 40-hour workweek is inflexible, and for many people, it simply doesn’t work well. The 40-hour workweek originated during the Industrial Revolution in the UK. It was created to reduce overwork. Back in those days, it was standard for workdays to be grueling, lasting anywhere from 10 to 16 hours a day, six days a week. The implementation of the 40-hour workweek was a welcome change at the time. The 40-hour workweek no longer accommodates the circumstances of most workers ...
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