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Re: Did/Do you work more than 40 hrs on a regular basis [Re: ZZman] #5218987 09/21/19 03:16 PM
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I will work until my expiration date!


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Re: Did/Do you work more than 40 hrs on a regular basis [Re: Onetor] #5218992 09/21/19 03:23 PM
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35 to 40 hrs a week, sometimes like to go home early, hate overtime cheers

Re: Did/Do you work more than 40 hrs on a regular basis [Re: ZZman] #5219006 09/21/19 03:29 PM
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I am paid hourly and manage 40-42hrs per week billable but only working 7hrs+ (7-2:30PM) over 5 days.

I tend to work on other tasks in meetings so I can bill typically 1.25-1.5hr hr over 1hr elapsed.

I am Cloud Application architect working 100% remote at home.

I actually get physically and mentally ill working more then 9 hrs in a day.

Re: Did/Do you work more than 40 hrs on a regular basis [Re: ZZman] #5219007 09/21/19 03:30 PM
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50-60 a week every week .usually around 55 is the norm.all paid ot after 40


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Re: Did/Do you work more than 40 hrs on a regular basis [Re: ZZman] #5219010 09/21/19 03:33 PM
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45 hours on average time and a half after 8 double sundays and holidays

Re: Did/Do you work more than 40 hrs on a regular basis [Re: ZZman] #5219023 09/21/19 03:48 PM
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I work 10-15 hours a week.


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Re: Did/Do you work more than 40 hrs on a regular basis [Re: ZZman] #5219028 09/21/19 03:52 PM
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I worked 40 to 48 most of the time with occasionally up to 70 when running experiments at ANL. Ed


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Re: Did/Do you work more than 40 hrs on a regular basis [Re: ZZman] #5219030 09/21/19 03:58 PM
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When I worked my work week was 48 hours. Certain times of the year it was 80 hour weeks and during plant outages there were many 16 hour days, seven days a week.. Always paid overtime for anything past 40 hours though. Worked lots of holidays at double time and a half over the years.


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Re: Did/Do you work more than 40 hrs on a regular basis [Re: ZZman] #5219060 09/21/19 04:45 PM
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I’m retired now but have downsized and cobbled together about 83k a year thru pensions, social security payments and another 10k from a easy part time job. It’s amazing what you can put together despite a total lack of pre-planning. Had I only studied harder in school 🤔

Re: Did/Do you work more than 40 hrs on a regular basis [Re: ZZman] #5219068 09/21/19 04:53 PM
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I'm salary. I'm at work from 7a to 5p m-f with a lunch in there somewhere.


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Re: Did/Do you work more than 40 hrs on a regular basis [Re: ZZman] #5219069 09/21/19 04:58 PM
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Most of my jobs when I was younger were at places where overtime was frowned on, so 40 hours was typical, in a busy time of year we might work a Saturdays a few weeks in a row.

I recently changed jobs about 3 years ago and whether from the economy or just the employer (probably a combination of both) the overtime has been abundant. For the last 2 years I've averaged about 55-60 hours, sometimes more. Typically in the form of 10 hour Mon-Thurs, 8 hours Fri-Sat, and a few hours on Sunday if needed. The O/T is great because I'm at a point in my life where extra money can be put to good use planning for the future and I'm still plenty young enough that extra hours are not physically draining. The downside is time spent the kids & family, but the economy won't be bustling forever, so the O/T is viewed by my wife and I as a good opportunity, not a nuisance. O/T alone will probably amount to 30k this year.


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Re: Did/Do you work more than 40 hrs on a regular basis [Re: CT8] #5219072 09/21/19 05:05 PM
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Originally Posted by CT8
I have over the years worked every shift on the books. 10 to 15 hour work days were done with pleasure. People need to work more hours .


Why would you say a thing like that?
Americans work themselves to death.
There's more to life than working.


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Re: Did/Do you work more than 40 hrs on a regular basis [Re: marine65] #5219074 09/21/19 05:08 PM
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Originally Posted by CT8
I have over the years worked every shift on the books. 10 to 15 hour work days were done with pleasure. People need to work more hours .

Dumbest Funniest thing I've read on here today!

Thanks for the laugh.


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Re: Did/Do you work more than 40 hrs on a regular basis [Re: ZZman] #5219081 09/21/19 05:25 PM
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Yup. Even though in my job, I could charge travel time to the job site, I mostly did not. I'd travel on a weekend day and be there on monday, etc. So 45~60 hours a week was normal. It kept me working when there were cut-backs and lay-offs. The bosses new I was cheaper than other folks ...


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Re: Did/Do you work more than 40 hrs on a regular basis [Re: jongies3] #5219085 09/21/19 05:33 PM
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Originally Posted by jongies3
70 hours a week, driving truck.


This is around what I do per week. I'm not paid by the hour, so no such thing as overtime. I get paid percentage of the gross of what the truck makes. If I only worked 40 hours a week, I would feel like I'm only part time lol


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