After decades of decline in the hours worked by continental Europeans, many workers and governments are starting to accept that longer working weeks may be needed to either protect jobs or raise incomes. With regional demographics flashing warning lights about the impact of falling working populations over the next 10 years, trends in working time are now seen as critical to the euro zone economy's potential as globalisation intensifies. Following is collection of stories on what has ...
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