Recommended reading – Time Bomb: Work, rest and play in Australia today

While my free market bias means I don’t share all the policy views of the authors, I still think Time Bomb: Work, rest and play in Australia today is a terrific book with lots of interesting facts about the work-life imbalance many of us suffer. Data from the Australian Work and Life Index Survey (AWALI) on workers who would prefer to work fewer hours shows that it’s the Gen Xers who are really suffering, presumably because many of them are raising children:

For readers in Brisbane, Mary Ryan’s at Park Rd, Milton has a few copies of the book left.

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1 Response to Recommended reading – Time Bomb: Work, rest and play in Australia today

  1. Simon says:

    “Free maket bias means I don’t share all the policy views of the authors”. Really- you’d prefer to work unbelievable hours rather than develop relationships with family and friends?

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