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“Why go back to five full days of work, every week, forever? The world won’t be the same after this, so the way a lot of us work shouldn’t stay the same either.”

With fewer hours of daylight and countless workers on the brink of mental exhaustion, writer Maya Kosoff argues that it only makes sense to take winter Fridays off. Earlier this spring, Marker made a similar recommendation for corporate America to use this year’s remote work upheaval to adopt a four-day workweek and cancel Fridays. Without daily commutes and other distractions, most…

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