The work week is a contextual joke

I’ve written about the standard western world work week a few dozen times by this point. I’ll sprinkle some of those links later on in this post.

Here’s the basic deal with the work week: it makes absolutely no sense. In July 2016, about 125.51 million people in the United States were employed on a full-time basis. There is no way for 125.51 million people to all be the same. Some will be smart, some…

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