Affluent investors recently surveyed by Spectrem Group are on board with a shorter work week. Seven-in-ten like the concept of a four-day work week. Women, especially are keen on the idea, with 82 percent for it, compared with 62 percent men.
Business owners, not so much. Less than fifty percent said they thought a four-day work week is a valid idea, although corporate executives are more enthusiastic (56 percent).
Three-fourths of Millionaire Corner survey respondents envision four 10-hour days vs. four eight-hour days. Almost twice as many women as men (31 percent vs. 17 percent) favor the four eight-hour day approach, while men overwhelmingly favor the four ten-hour day approach.