Are you working more and enjoying life less? In the 90's Juliet Schor wrote a book titled "The Overworked American" arguing among other things that the typical American worker puts in nine weeks more on the job than his or her European counterpart. A recent report from the Center for Economic and Policy Research argues that the US lags behind all the other industrialized countries in terms of vacation time for their workers while about one fourth have no vacation time at all. Tonight Dick Staub hosts a discussion with documentary filmmaker John De Graaf, co-author of the best-selling book AFFLUENZA, and Executive Director of the Take Back Your Time campaign. We are also joined by Dr. Rob McKenna, Chair of the Department of Industrial/Organizational Psychology at Seattle Pacific University and Jennie Spohr, Producer of The Kindlings Muse.