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Work style of Canada

by Reo Togashi
(Machida)

Normally, Japanese people work from 9 am to 6 pm, but Canadians work from 8 am to 4 pm. In a Japanese company, especially in the capital city Tokyo, some of the workers are forced to overwork until the last train.

On the other hand, people in Canada don’t overwork very much and at most they overwork 10 hours a week. In addition, even though Japanese workers finished their work earlier than they expected.

It’s kind of difficult to go back to their place because it is believed that it’s kind of rude to leave their company earlier than their boss. However, Canadians are free to go back to their house as long as they got their work done. I envy the Canadian work style…

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