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If You're Feeling Overworked, Just Think About How the Japanese Must Feel

June 1, 1993
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Japanese workers work 10% longer then the average U.S. employee, that's roughly 225 hours more each year. The Japanese also suffer form karoshi (death by overwork). Its symptoms include high blood pressure and asthmatic-like problems.
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