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Sneak Out of Work Right Now

Sneak Out of Work Right Now

Are we getting more lazy, or we are just looking for a work-life-balance. Is work too demanding for you to be on-call 24 hours a day? Forbes has an article just for this topic, and it is quite interesting to think about.

… American workers are now connected to their offices by mobile devices that leave many of them on call 24 hours a day, as if they were doctors. But it’s not just work and technology that have stolen idle time–it’s also the American attitude toward health that has taken on a controlling and moralistic tone. Were F. Scott Fitzgerald, whose many boozy do-nothing moments gave him the time and perspective he needed to write two of America’s greatest novels ( The Great Gatsby and Tender Is the Night), alive today, we’d probably be reading about his stints in rehab in Vanity Fair…

Do you have experience where you had enough and sneak out just right after 5pm, or do you have even more exciting story? Share with us.

Sneak Out of Work Right Now – [Forbes]

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Last Updated on September 22, 2019

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