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Four day work week, Three day weekend.

485 Signatures Goal: 500

Is two days off not enough of a break We at WNTY AM 990, Notty 99 in Connecticut, believe that the two day weekend is just not enough. Instead of the five day work week working eight hours a day, why not cut it short Still get your forty hours a week working ten hours a day for four days, so we can get our proper rest on the weekends. Two days is not enough to relax. On Saturday we run around doing the things we missed durring the week. If you have childern you spend time with them playing games and seeing how their week was at school. On Sunday we celebrate our religion what ever it may be. Then after that we must prepare for the up coming day-o-death...MONDAY. If we have our extra day, If we have those 24 extra hours we can perpare for that monday earlier. Even childern can use the extra day. Get homework done, work on a school project, or they too can rest up for the manic Monday. So sign our petition for the 4 day work/school week. we could all use a little extra rest in our lives.

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  • Anonymous
    Anonymous
    Mar 17, 2015
    Mar 17, 2015
    Less stress!! More family time!! Work to live not live to work!!
  • khang
    khang Canada, Winnipeg
    Nov 10, 2014
    Nov 10, 2014
    fagets r u n00blord skrubs cocksukerzzzz
  • Tyler Richey
    Tyler Richey United States, Edgewater
    Nov 03, 2014
    Nov 03, 2014
    i support this 100%. take advantage of the population. some people do more than just work and need some extra time off. we have an increasing population and technology, we need to fix our currency and lower the cost of living so we can dramatically increase the amount of jobs and decrease unemployment to record lows. Stress is a major health concern world wide and especially in the US along with lack of sleep. both leading causes of mental disorders.
  • Cole Combes
    Cole Combes United States, Emporia
    Oct 23, 2014
    Oct 23, 2014
    This is a great idea and should be enforced
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