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The productivity boost

There is evidence to suggest that one of the main benefits of working fewer hours per week is that people become better workers.

According to research, working fewer hours results in more accomplishments, while working more hours results in less.

For instance, a Stanford University study from 2014 suggested that working 50 hours a week reduces productivity;While one school of thought suggests that we should only work six hours per day, other experts recommend 35 hours as the optimal amount of time to work before productivity begins to decrease.

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