There is a limit to how many hours you may work every week before your break. While some consider 40 hours of work per week to be a backbreaking quantity, others must put up with 50–60 hours per week in order to maintain their financial situation. That’s when you start becoming a little loopy, in my opinion. You put your long-term health and overall well-being at risk if you work almost nonstop, practically every day. What good is hard work if you don’t have time for friends, family, or hobbies? Some people believe that if they put in 70 hours per week for the whole of their twenties, they will eventually be paid for their toil, but there is no actual assurance that this will occur. After working 70-hour weeks, there is no way to avoid feeling dissatisfied and unable to uphold such an unreasonable work ethic.
This is OP’s story where the job expects him to overwork in order to be professional
Now that you have read the story. it’s time for you to see what Redditors had to say on this. It is obvious that OP’s office was brutal to him for no reason. there’s no way a person can work this much. Read the comments till the end to see what are other people’s opinions on this. Don’t forget to share your own opinion at the end of this article too.
A manager talks about sustainability
OP have something more here to be added to the story
People have similar stories to share
OP feels the pain other people are going through
This is some real suggestion out here that must be followed
Toxic jobs should never be continued
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