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Thursday, January 07, 2016

'Less Work, More Leisure'

Couldn't resist a few quick posts. This is from Dean Baker:

Less Work, More Leisure: The next Administration should make reducing work time a major focus. In addition to mandated paid sick days and paid family leave—proposals that have received some welcome attention thus far on the presidential campaign trail—policymakers should go much further and enact measures aimed at shortening workweeks and work years. Reducing our workweek and work years will lead to a whole host of benefits, including reduced stress and higher levels of employment. ...

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