I have three copies of this book: 1978, 1988, and 2005 editions.
Eurostat statistics in October 2016 showed that less than a third of under-35s in Italy had left their parental home, a figure 20 percentage points higher than the European average.
The grown up child living in her childhood bedroom or the basement is actually a global problem. I don’t pretend to have the answers. All I know is my millennials are gone. Neither of the two are financially dependent upon the Bank of Mom & Dad. Hopefully we did some things right. Maybe we got a little lucky.
OKC is #13 on this list.
The comments to this article are priceless.
I agree the bivariate methodology is weak. For a better study read this article.
“Working 55 hours or more a week was associated with significant 33% increase in stroke risk and a more modest 13% increase in risk of developing coronary heart disease, compared to working 35 to 40 hours weekly, in the analysis of published and previously unpublished prospective cohort studies from the U.S., Europe, and Australia.”
One could argue for causation given the strength of association identified by this study. Common sense tells us that anyone working more than 60 hours a week is going to have considerably less time for other activities like exercise and time with family and friends. Long hours working also can lead to neglect of one’s health.
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