Far fewer managers are putting in five days of 9 to 5.
The 40-hour work week may be facing the same fate as the home phone — extinction.
A new survey shows that half of all managers are working more than 40 hours per week, reports the Wall Street Journal, and nearly 40% have seen their average hours worked increase over the past five years.
From the Journal:
Rising cost of living combined with flat wages have led to the increasing hours, according to the report.
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