Could a 15 hour work week save the world & improve gender equality?

Could a 15 hour work week save the world & improve gender equality?

In 1930, influential economist John Maynard Keynes predicted that by 2030 we’d all be working just 15 hours a week, thanks to industrial and technological advances.

Yet, with the current average working week for female workers totalling 34 hours, a figure which rises to 39 hours for men, Keynes' 2030 deadline for a paradisiacal society of part-time work doesn’t look likely.

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