Imagine a time about 20 years in the future.  You're talking to your grandkids about work in the "olden days" and they'll ask, "Grandpa, what is a 40-hour work week?"  And you'll look up from your phone where you're responding to six emails from three bosses and tell them it's a relic of days long since past.

This is hardly shocking news.  The 9-to-5 workday and the 40-hour workweek are dead.

A new survey found 88% of people now work MORE than 40 hours a week.

71% do work from home after hours at least once a week.

63% don't take a full lunch break every day.

And 58% have a commute that's at least 30 minutes.