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    "As a part of Saturday's tentative deal, workers will receive a decreased workload and increases in wages, benefits and job security through till 2010."

    I wonder if ''workload'' is indeed the best and most common way to express "amount of work" and if I can use it informally, please.

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    Re: workload

    It is a commonly used term and you can certainly use it informally if you want.

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