Are we done with th 40 hour work week? So asks a recent MSNBC article I googled after discussing work weeks with Rick. Our district pays teachers for a 37.5 hour work week. How many hours do teachers actually work? Here's a tidbit fromt he article:
A globally connected economy has made "9 to 5"
little more than the name of a 1980 film. With the economy ever more
service-oriented, the line has blurred between the average wage-earning,
coveralled Joe and his salaried, tie-wearing boss. http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/3072426/from/ET/