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This article refers to an interesting study in French, claiming that employees in France were more dissatisfied with their jobs and more stressed at work than their counterparts in the rest of Europe—despite highly protective, "dense and complex" labor laws that allowed the French to work fewer hours, work less often over the weekend, and have a "less sustained pace of work." Pestergaines (talk) 12:24, 19 February 2013 (MSK)