Future of Work

These 3 studies point to the mental health benefits of working less

Is a happy employee a better employee? Image: Unsplash/Jonathan Borba

Marcus Lu

Financial Writer, Visual Capitalist


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Would working less make you happier? Image: Visual Capitalist

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