Is the world of work broken? With Nadia Shehadeh and Sara Weber
Is it really so important to have everything, to be able to do anything and to always work flat-out? What would actually happen if we all spent some more time chilling instead of subordinating ourselves to the doctrine of maximum performance? "The Great Resignation" is the name given in the USA to the phenomenon of more and more young people rebelling against the pressure to perform and quitting their jobs. Sara Weber gets behind this trend, and in her work Die Welt geht unter und ich muss trotzdem arbeiten? explores the questions of whether the 40-hour week is really still appropriate and whether an altered working world could also contribute to climate change mitigation. She sits down with Nadia Shehadeh, who, in her work Anti-Girl-boss. Den Kapitalismus vom Sofa aus bekämpfen, argues for maintaining a comfort zone instead of letting ourselves be driven to more and more paid and unpaid work.
Mod.: Miriam Zeh
Miriam Zeh works as a literary editor at radio station Deu… This text was shortened for this overview. Follow the more-link to read the full text.
Sara Weber, geboren 1987, ist Deutsch-Amerikanerin und lebt in… This text was shortened for this overview. Follow the more-link to read the full text.
Nadia Shehadeh, geboren 1980, ist Soziologin und Autorin, wohnt in… This text was shortened for this overview. Follow the more-link to read the full text.
12. June 2023
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