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The era of the 9-to-5 workday may be over. Is that a bad thing?

The era of the 9-to-5 workday may be over. Is that a bad thing?

While many employers are now asking people to come in a certain number of days a week, hardly any are tracking exactly how long they stay. In most of the country, only about half of office visits now last for at least six hours at a time, according to WiFi data from Basking, a workplace occupancy analytics firm. That is in stark contrast to before the pandemic, when a majority of visits, 84 percent, lasted six hours or more. Greg and Kristin have a discussion about whether or not the 9-5 is dead, the different between being an employee and an entrepreneur, and the importance of employers being explicit in whether they are paying for your output, your time or both.

Super blue moon is tonight!

A super blue moos is when a second super moon rises in a single month. The last time a super blue moon appeared was in 2018, and the next won’t rise until 2037. The best time to view the super moon in all its glory is at moonrise — check here to see when that is where you live. Saturn may also be visible above the moon.

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