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During the coronavirus pandemic, I’ve been working more than usual—especially at night. Apparently I wasn’t the only one.
A survey with 10,000 respondents showed that Americans devote about 35% of their time savings to their primary jobs. And most of us save a lot of time during a pandemic.
While most articles focus on the mental toll of work and stress, I hardly hear people talking about the physical toll of knowledge work. Of course, it’s not comparable to manual labor.
But still, too much desk work also leads to physical issues. I’ve had neck pain, back pain, dry eyes, and headaches from putting in too much work.
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