All Day Long
The average person spends 100,000 hours of their life at work, but how much do we really know about what we do with it?
What is it really like to work in advertising, to be a train driver, a sex worker or an orthodox rabbi? What do we do in our working hours, and how does that colour our life, beliefs and happiness? And what happens to how we feel about work in a recession? (Amazon)
- Publishing Details:
- Serpent's Tail, 2015