Is pursuing lifetime quality leisure more or less important than pursuing quality work?

Global, regional, and national burdens of ischemic heart disease and stroke attributable to exposure to long working hours for 194 countries, 2000–2016: A
Read this article(Links to an external site.)and respond freely with thoughtful comments. I’ve included some prompts to guide you. They are not specific questions that you are required to answer. I am interested in your thoughtful remarks whether or not they include specific ideas from the prompts. Therefore, write in an essay format, notquestion/answer. Here are the prompts to guide you:What is your initial reaction? What are the first thoughts that come to mind?Will this study cause you to think differently about your work and career?Are there people that you regularly talk to about your future? (Other than parents who are telling you rather than discussing with you. If, on the other hand, you have more open-ended discussions with your parent(s), include that.) Do you think you get honest, helpful feedback?Do you ever think about pursuing “quality leisure time”? Is pursuing lifetime quality leisure more or less important than pursuing quality work? That is, would you prefer to have an ideal job or ideal leisure and family time? (No changing the question! If you can only choose ideal work OR ideal leisure, which would it be?)Respond to comments from others.Here is the scholarly report: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0160412021002208(Links to an external site.)Here is a summary: https://www.who.int/news/item/17-05-2021-long-working-hours-increasing-deaths-from-heart-disease-and-stroke-who-ilo(Links to an external site.)As usual, you will need to post before responding to others. There are no restrictions on when to post, but you can only earn credit for your response if the initial poster has fewer than four comments. If you find that someone beat you to the third comment, that’s fine. Just reply to an additional post.Search entries or author
systematic analysis from the WHO/ILO Joint Estimates of the Work-related Burden of Disease and Injury