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Although nowadays we work fewer hours per week compared to the past and the paid holiday leave has increased, studies* (such as the one made by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development) are not very optimistic about our happiness. For example, workers had a 48-hour week on average in 1952 and their happiness levels were higher than the corporatists’ of 2017 who work an average of 40 hours a week.

So why aren’t things changing for us?