Here's one of those stories that reminds you how much better it would be at a nice, lazy European job than a hard-driving American job.  In Sweden, there's a push to shorten the standard workday from eight hours down to SIX hours.

The city of Gothenburg is testing it out.  They believe a six-hour workday would cut down on sick days, make people more efficient, and ultimately save the country money.

If the six-hour workday goes well in Gothenburg, there's a chance it could spread to the entire country.  Spoiler alert:  It will NEVER spread to the U.S.

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