James Suzman, Phd is an anthropologist specializing in the Khoisan peoples of southern Africa. A former Smuts Fellow in African Studies at the University of Cambridge, he is now the director of Anthropos Ltd., a think tank that applies anthropological methods to solving contemporary social and economic problems. Learn more from James Suzman by checking out his latest book, Work: A Deep History, from the Stone Age to the Age of Robots.
He lived with a tribe of hunter-gatherers to witness how an ancient culture survives one of the most brutal climates on Earth. His learnings may surprise you.
Experts say we should only be working 15 hours per week, so why are some working 80?