Is Working Less the Solution to Being "Workless"?

Louise Tarrant argues less work is not weakness, but a sign of prosperity and a necessity to the coming automation.

No need to recharge at lunchtime – just go home. (Photo credit Yoshikazu Tsuno/AFP/Getty Images)

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Let's Cut Out All These “Bullsh*t Jobs,” says Anthropologist David Graeber

It's time we talked about working less. While some argue that we shorten the working week, others favor cutting out pointless, time-filler jobs altogether. 



Passengers crowd the platform as they wait for the subway train. Photo by Carsten Koall/Getty Images

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