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Workaholism: 8.3 percent of the Norwegian work force is addicted to work, study finds

About 8.3 percent of the Norwegian work force is addicted to work to the point where it becomes a health issue, a new study has found. In spite of the many positive aspects of work, some people are unable to detach from it -- working excessively and compulsively. These are called workaholics.
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