Maybe I’m missing something, but if we presume a 40-hour work week, there are roughly 24,900 working hours in a year. So if someone is working 15 to 30 fewer hours, out of nearly 25,000 … how is that significant or meaningful in any way at all? I read the article, and according to this study, men between age 21 and 31 play 3.4 hours of video games a week (FILTHY CASUALS) while they watch roughly 17 hours of TV … but nobody is writing stories about TV killing the workforce.
I’m so confused by what this article is supposed to mean. It really feels like a headline in search of a story.