‘Work and leisure used to be separate. Now it’s just 24/7 anxiety’ – The Guardian

This article notes that the increasing use of technology, and feelings of job insecurity following the recent recession, mean that people are always working — because they can and they fear becoming unemployed if they don’t.

While the article notes that this can induce a state of chronic anxiety, it also notes that many younger people like the blurring of boundaries between work and life.

Read more at The Guardian.