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Editor’s Note: This story originally appeared on The Penny Hoarder.
Does a four-day workweek sound good to you? Three-day weekends forever and ever? Does that sound appealing?
If it does, we’re going to look at what your most realistic options are for getting a job with a four-day workweek.
We’re also going to talk about how to look for a four-day workweek job, how to interview for one and how to adjust to four 10-hour shifts — because that’s what most of these jobs require.
The four-day workweek is in the news because of a pilot program in the United Kingdom. More than 60 companies there participated in the world’s largest trial of the four-day workweek, from June to December 2022.
Companies said their revenue largely stayed the same — and after six months, most supervisors and employees liked it so much, they decided to keep the arrangement.
Here’s how to make it happen for you, too.
How to Look for a 4-Day Workweek Job
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If you’re looking for a job, the first thing you’re probably going to do is hit up one of the many free job boards you can find online. So make “4 day workweek” a target of your searching.
Indeed has a category for four-day workweeks. So does ZipRecruiter. So does LinkedIn. You can further narrow…
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