4-Day Work Week is Back: Part of the Adjustment

By admin | June 01, 2008

Submitted by CARPE DIEM

To help offset high gas prices, the 4-day work week is coming back (just like it became popular in the 1970s and early 1980s when gas prices rose); just another example of how consumers will find many ways to deal with $4 gas: buying smaller cars (see post below), driving less, and working four 10-hour days instead of five 8-hour days to achieve 20% savings, etc.

Bottom Line: Best places to travel in the world Markets adjust, consumers adjust, producers adjust, employees adjust, employers adjust, everybody makes adjustments; that’s part of the miracle of the market – continual adjustments to the never-ending dynamic changes in the economy and the marketplace.

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