In Silicon Valley, Running 9 To 5 Is For Losers

Mr. Hansson has enough free time that he competes as an amateur driver in endurance car races.
Mr. Hansson’s essay singled out Mr. Rabois, the venture capitalist who worked for 18 years with hardly any vacation.
Mr. Hansson added: “People tell us we’re not ambitious enough.
Working beyond 56 hours in a week adds little productivity, according to a 2014 report by the Stanford economist John Pencavel.
Today, Silicon Valley employees celebrate their own exploitation.

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