The average American worker in non-agricultural fields puts in a little more than half as much time on the job as the average worker in 1830. That should be great news, right? And yet the majority of working people report the struggle to find balance between work and personal life is getting tougher, not easier.
But is this sense of struggle all in our heads? Or are there real reasons we can point to that make balance tougher now than it has been in recent decades?