The 40-Hour Workweek is On its Way Out

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By Shana Lebowitz

If your ideal job involves clocking in at 9 and heading home at 5, good luck finding it.

According to new research from tax and consulting firm EY, people across the globe are working longer hours than ever before.

In a global survey of 9,700 adults between ages 18 and 67, nearly half (46%) of managers around the world reported logging more than 40 hours a week, and 40% said their hours have increased over the past five years.