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    Default fewer days of work

    Does this "fewer days of work" refer to "multiple days' of work" or what?

    f1)Did you know that a bright room can make you happier and more hard-working? A recent study suggests that students do better on tests in sunny schools...In offices, workers who have windows near their desks work harder than those who don't. They also miss fewer days of work.

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    Default Re: fewer days of work

    No, it refers to the amount of days missed by a worker over a period of time, say a year. Compared to those workers who don't have windows.

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