21 Ways To Relieve Internal Stress

At the turn of the century — before the fax, modem, computer and cellular phone era — the average American workweek was 60 hours long. By 1970, it was down to 37 hours. In the 1990s, the average worker puts in 46 hours a week at the office and six more at home for a total of 52 hours, according to a recent survey. In addition, 40 percent of those surveyed said they’d work up to 10 more hours for extra pay, adding up to 62 hours — two hours longer than in the horse-and-buggy days.