We Work Less But Loathe It More

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With the COVID-19 lockdowns, many of us had unexpected time out of work. Some could work from home, free from commuting and eight hours in the office. It looks like many liked it.

One might expect that as soon as getting vaccinated, people would rush back to work again. Not so fast; we take it slowly. Some claim that the cash that the government dished out made people lazy. Indeed, states with less generous…

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