Americans are less productive. Nobody knows.

Employers worry that workers are getting less done, and there's evidence they're right to be concerned.

In the first half of 2022, productivity — how much a worker can produce in an hour — fell by the most since 1947, according to the BLS.

It also raises questions about hybrid schedules and remote work, as employees say flexibility helps them work more efficiently.

"Quiet quitting" — doing only what's expected — resonates with younger workers.

Prof. Diego Comin of Dartmouth College says manufacturing productivity is high but private sector productivity is low

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella said his company coined the term "productivity paranoia" to describe employers' worries about worker effort.

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