The rise of the super commuters feat. Matt Piszczek, associate professor

Read the full article published June 6, 2024 by Savannah Maher on Marketplace.

...long commutes can also make for burnt out workers

“When they’re at work they’re gonna be tired, it’s gonna be harder for them to focus,” said Matt Piszczek, a professor of management at Wayne State University.  

He says a little transition time between work and home comes with some benefits. But no one needs two hours in the car for that. 

“It’s really diminishing returns. And most people would probably rather use that time in a different way,” he said...


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