Iceland Experiment on 4-Day Work Week Does Not Lower Productivity

Traditionally, some socialist organizations have promised promised a 30 hour week as part of their transition program. Visionary Buckminster Fuller used to argue that the if you divide up the total wealth produced in the world by the size of the human population, the average world citizen would work 25 hours per week. And here is a study in Iceland proving that working a 4-day week not only increases the health and mood of workers, but there was no loss of productivity.
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