The line separating your job from your personal life is fuzzier than ever before. How do Americans cope with longer work hours, a sluggish economy and constant tugging from cell phones and the Internet?
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Taking Care of Business and Pleasure
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• Sneaky 'daylighters' risk getting fired by working extra jobs
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• Husbands doing more housework; spouses 'turned on'
• ‘Slow movement’: Fight for your right to be lazy
• Drained doctor trades patients for pastries
• Time.com: Vacation? What vacation?
• Time.com: Parents hire 'subcontractors' for kids
• How to reclaim your weeknights
Quiz: Are you off balance?
A third of U.S. employees are chronically overworked, according to one study. Five quick questions may help judge your work/life balance.
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