Do you work 8 hours a day? Or less?

Portugal
December 26, 2017 3:39pm CST
Hi everyone Do you work 8 hours a day? Or less? Right now while I am waiting that the Hotel where I will go to work open I dont work 8 hours because I am just helping in few things but when it opens I will. But I heard that in some countries people work only 6 hours a day. How does it work in your country? Please share
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@maezee (33000)
• United States
26 Dec
I would love to only work 6 but my shifts are usually 8 or 10 hours.
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• Portugal
27 Dec
Me too i would love to work only six hours i heard that in Sweden they work only 6 hours
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@saritflor (4085)
• Israel
26 Dec
Who that can work that amount of time I think it's a blessed thing. On the other side.. it can cause health problems for example sitting down for so many hours hmm..
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• Philippines
26 Dec
in the Philippines, we are really working 8 hours or more! in my case that i am a teacher , I work 8 hours in school but there are times that i carried my work at home. recording test scores, making grades, making lesson plans, making powerpoint presentation, because it is not enough time in school. we have 55-70 students per classroom.
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@saritflor (4085)
• Israel
26 Dec
@mthewalthea That seems to be very hard work to do but at least I hope you're enjoying doing this important rule. and I hope you get a fair payment
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• Portugal
27 Dec
@mthewalthea yes i am sure that you work a lot sorry for that
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• Kathmandu, Nepal
27 Dec
Not sure iam in the field here generally i work 6-8 hours/day. Sometimes i worked more than that.
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• Portugal
27 Dec
You work in the field? That is a tough job
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• Kathmandu, Nepal
28 Dec
@sweetloveforeve yup but enjoyed woth my work
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• Portugal
28 Dec
@khagendra1994 if you enjoy your work then it is good
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@gaianoor (1144)
• Tirana, Albania
26 Dec
I think the 6 hour a day is something they tried in Sweden but don`t know if they do that now. Here in my country 8+ can be sure, and if the next day you tell, you need to go 5 min earlier they will show you the hour.
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• Portugal
27 Dec
Here in my country most part of people work 8 hours or more also
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@gaianoor (1144)
• Tirana, Albania
27 Dec
@sweetloveforeve i think everywhere people work more than 8 hours just don`t accept it
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• Portugal
28 Dec
@gaianoor actually in Sweden they work only 6 hours
• Jacksonville, Florida
26 Dec
I work 24/7 since I am mom, cook, teacher, and maid!
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• Portugal
27 Dec
Ahah yes that is true but you love your job right?
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• Jacksonville, Florida
27 Dec
@sweetloveforeve 100% I wouldn't trade it for anything in the world!
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• Portugal
28 Dec
@LovingMyBabies that is great
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@LeaPea2417 (21563)
• Toccoa, Georgia
28 Dec
In America , full time work is 8 hour shifts.
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• Portugal
28 Dec
Here is also 8 hours of work usually
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• United States
26 Dec
During the days when I am working I work 8 or more hours a day . When not at work I'm home and helping out around the house and then sometimes with my boyfriend and his son. I'm always busy no matter what I'm doing. Trying to always make. Estra money too as we all ou now a days
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• Portugal
27 Dec
Yes sure extra money is always good
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@Shivram59 (4807)
• India
5 Feb
@sweetloveforeve I work 6 hours at my workplace.Thereafter I teach maths to a boy who is weak in the subject.I teach him for 2 hours.
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• Portugal
9 Feb
I understand but do you enjoy your jobs?
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@Shivram59 (4807)
• India
10 Feb
@sweetloveforeve Yes,I do,but actually I'm trying to have a business of my own.A small business.
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• Portugal
14 Feb
@Shivram59 I am sure you will have it
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@sishy7 (27606)
• Australia
27 Dec
I work 9 to 5 including breaks so it's not quite 8 hours a day but considered full-time.
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• Portugal
27 Dec
9 to 5 is a good schedule
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