I was just listening to some colleagues saying "yeah, I'll be here on Saturday for a while." It just intrigued me how many hours people work these days. In our office, most people get here at 7-8 a.m, and don't leave until 6, sometimes 7. At least one weekend day is usually worked, too. Lunches are usually eaten at the desk, and it's an unspoken thing that actually taking an hour out of the office for lunch isn't Kosher. What happened to M-F 9-5? Just seems like it's normal (at least here in the U.S.) for people to be at work 50+ hours a week these days. How did we ever get anything done in a 40-hour week before? What's your schedule like - and has it changed?