June 3, 2014

How Great Would Sweden's Six-Hour Work Day Be?

Adam Taylor, Washington Post

The Associated Press

Gothenburg, Sweden's second largest city, will begin its experiment with six-hour working days this summer, hopefully proving that the shorter work hours can make up for what they lose in time with more efficient work.

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