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A 4 day Working Week?

In 1930, John Maynard Keynes wrote an essay titled “Economic Possibilities for our Grand‐ children”. In this work, Keynes forecasted that in one hundred years hence, we would be working a 15‐hour week. Keynes thought that given the history of our working habits, a reduction in the working week made logical, economic and technological sense – and he had a point. From the beginning of the agricultural age, humans laboured all day, every day, just to survive.

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