The economic boom of the 90s opened a lot of doors for Indians in terms of job opportunities. Slowly and steadily, the opportunity and the standard of living also increased.
With the turn of the millennium, smart phones and internet, which were once a sci-fi gadget, became a basic necessity in every house hold.
Unfortunately, one of the few things that the booming economy has been taking away is the health of our youth.
Remember those days, when our parents would be back home at exactly 6 pm, all the family members would sit back and spend time with each other? Parents in those days weren’t so stressed and had enough time to spend with their children and be a part of their growth.
Today, if an employee even by mistake attempts to leave office at 6 pm, even after working for long day, his bosses and colleagues may not like him.
True, the pay packages are huge today, which has increased the purchasing power of today’s youngsters but at what cost? Long working hours, have already resulted in youngsters as young as 26 and 27 being victims of high blood pressure and heart diseases.
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