Study: 1 In 3 Would Quit Current Job For 4-Day Workweek

Shorter workweek gains momentum

  • The four-day workweek is increasing in popularity and employees say they’re willing to quit their current job to have it.
  • More than sixty percent of workers say they’d rather have a four-day workweek than the traditional five, a Monster survey found.
  • Thirty-three percent of survey respondents said they would quit their current job for one with a shortened week.
  • That’s a “significant” share, according to Vicki Salemi, career expert at Monster.
  • Salemi added that the results indicate a shift in how workers prioritize their time on and off the clock.
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