Elon Musk said Monday through & # 39; Twitter that people need to work from about 80 to over 100 hours a week to "change the world".
"There are way more friendly places to work, but no one has ever changed the world on 40 hours a week," Musk said, Referring to the four & # 39; companies – Tesla, SpaceX, The Boring Company, and Neuralink – where he serves as CEO.
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When requested by a user & # 39; the number of Twitter & # 39; One needs to work hours per week to "change the world", replied that Musk can & # 39; ranging from about 80 to over 100.
"Varies per person, but about 80 sustained, to jump higher than 100 times. The level & # 39; the pain increased by & # 39; exponential way & # 39; over 80," he said.
Tesla declined the request & # 39; Business Insider for comment. SpaceX and Boring The Company did not respond immediately to requests for comment.
Musk said in & # 39; interview with & # 39; recode published in & # 39; November was working 120 hours a week while "everyone" in & # 39; Tesla worked 100 hours a week in & # 39; this time year as Tesla issued the production of its 3 Sedan model. He suggested that long hours were necessary to continue Tesla & # 39; life.
"There was no other way to do it," he said.
Employees & # 39; Tesla described long hours of & # 39; work for Business Insider. Some employees said that the hours are excessive, while some said they prefer to work 70 hours or more a week.
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