Thinking of those you are close to: partner, family, friends, neighbors and yourself -- do you find that the typical work week for those working outside of the home is longer than 40 hours? Do you see this trend continuing?
A recent Gallup poll indicates that this is the case: The "40-Hour" Workweek Is Actually Longer -- by Seven Hours
(On a side note, I did notice what I *think* is an inaccuracy within the report where it states that the federal definition of full time employment within the Affordable Care Act ('Obamacare') was at 40 hours. While I vaguely recall a push for that to be the case, I though the 'full time standard' was set at a 30 hour work week which was one of the objections by opponents. Did this get changed?)