Britain may have low unemployment, low inflation and low national debt, but economic success has come at a social cost - many Britons are working more than 60 hours a week and taking little holiday, dpa reported, citing a recent government survey. The survey by the Department of Trade and Industry’s magazine found that one in six surveyed were working more than 60 hours a week compared to one in eight two years ago.
One in every eight women now works more than 60 hours a week, more than double ...
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