Japanese reporter died after clocking 159 hours of overtime

Excessive hours are such a big problem that there’s even a Japanese word for death by overwork: karoshi. According to a news story published by NHK, Miwa Sado had worked 159 hours of overtime in the month before her death. The circumstances of Sado’s death …
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