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The World Health Organization (WHO) and International Labour Organization have a stark warning about the danger of overworking. They working long hours is the premature death of hundreds of thousands of people worldwide. The two organizations the link between loss of life and working long hours. Their findings sobering. Around three-quarters of a million workers early after suffering strokes and heart attacks as a result of over 55 hours a week. Most of these deaths in people aged 60 to 70 who had at least 55 hours between the ages of 45 and 74. The researchers that men accounted for 72 per cent of the deaths.

The WHO study that people who at least 55 hours a week a 42 per cent increased risk of stroke, and a 19 per cent increased chance of heart disease. Researchers data from workforces in 154 countries. They looked at data from 1970 to 2018. The WHO Director-General said: "No job worth the risk of stroke or heart disease. Governments, employers and workers need to work together to agree on limits to protect the health of workers." The WHO said over nine per cent of workers . It warned that the situation is , saying: "The pandemic is developments that could the trend towards increased working time."

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