Israelis log out of hi-tech jobs for life offline

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(PHYS.ORG) — Former hi-tech executive Dotan Goshen carefully arranges some melons at the bottom of a crate, followed by courgettes, tomatoes and lettuce.

With a smile of satisfaction, he contemplates his “organic basket” ready to be delivered to a customer.

Goshen, a graduate of Israel’s prestigious Technion technological institute, made a dramatic change of course after his boss called him at home one evening and berated him for not devoting himself sufficiently to his work—even though he was putting in at least 50 hours a week.

Source:: World Net Daily – World

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