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BB> Psychologists who studied work schedules reported that output
BB> at somewhere around 50 hours per week. Beyond that, output
BB> dropped off.
from what I have heard about typical U.S. working conditions you are
very often forced to stay at work beyond that limit. Here in Germany we have
an official 48 hours limit that only few people exceed - at least not on a