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Big deal. 4.6 hours per day looking at a screen. No big deal.
Compare this to looking at other things for same amount of time.
It actually comes out to about 6.5 hours per day.
Working or watching porn ? Most government workers have been tracked to porn, why not these folks too. Watching porn isn’t working by the way, even if on the boss’s time.
Being that there are only 8,760 hours in a calendar year I’d say this is more fake news.
sorry, mate. a work year encompasses about 2000 hours.
[…] now, staring at a screen all day is the norm,” Acuvue spokesperson Katie McGeechan said, via Study Finds. “However if you look back just a few decades, far fewer of us would have spent the day looking […]
[…] now, staring at a screen all day is the norm,” Acuvue spokesperson Katie McGeechan said, via Study Finds. “However if you look back just a few decades, far fewer of us would have spent the day […]
OMG. What a stupid story. Even if true, with the advent of technology today, where would you have them spend their time? Water fountains ? Bathrooms or smoke breaks? Where the hell do you think the office work is, if not on a computer screen?
52 weeks x 5 days a week = 260 days. 260 days x 6.5 hours a day equals 1,690 hours behind a computer screen.
[…] “Computers are a relatively new concept – for millions now, staring at a screen all day is the norm,” Acuvue spokesperson Katie McGeechan said, via Study Finds. […]
Nearly 100% of office work with screens can be replaced with software.
No need for AI because little intelligence is required.
That means 85% of office workers will be reassigned to lower paid, menial tasks, until cheap, dumb robots replace them.
That’s what happened when machines replaced human cotton-pickers.
The only job left for them is voting every two years for candidates that promise to keep government checks coming.
They’ll have lots of free time to protest because the private-sector isn’t giving government-dependents, homeless, and worthless more of its hard-earned profits.
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