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Employees would take a pay cut for a four-day workweek

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Some employees are so eager for a four-day workweek that they would accept a pay cut in exchange.

No, really, you read that correctly. One in five of the 1,250 full-time workers surveyed by Resume Builder in April said they’d take a pay cut if it meant only working four days a week.

“People want flexibility in their lives and depending on the position and what it entails, they’re willing to take a pay cut for that,” Julia Toothacre, résumé and career strategist at Resume Builder, told HR Brew. “A lot of people—especially millennials and Gen Z—have a side hustle and [a

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