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Should You Get Yourself Used To Working Less?

Have you heard about the Swedish experiment of a 6-hour work day in an elderly care home in Gothenburg? It was carried out over a period of 2 years in order to check in what way would a shorter workday influence the carers’ personal life, performance, as well as labour market in the bigger picture. Employees of the nursing home had their working hours cut from 8 to 6 a day, while their salary remained the same.




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