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    12 Companies That Only Require You To Work 4 Days A Week (Plus They Hire Remote Workers)

    Imagine it: three-day weekends for the rest of eternity. 🤤

    If you're feeling burnt-out and overwhelmed, you're not alone. It's been a wild couple years.

    In response, some companies are rethinking the standard five-day workweek — testing out, and in some cases, fully embracing, a four-day workweek.

    These 12 companies, which also happen to hire remote workers, are leading the charge:

    1. Basecamp

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    2. Bolt

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    3. Buffer

    4. DNSFilter

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    5. G2i

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    6. GooseChase

    7. Kickstarter

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    8. Nectafy

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    9. Panasonic

    10. Praytell

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    11. thredUP

    12. Uncharted

    What do you think about the four-day workweek trend? Sound off in the comments!

    And for more stories about work and money, check out the rest of our personal finance posts