There are a lot of people that love the thought of a two day work week, but it doesn’t sound like the most appealing thing for a lot of Venezuelan natives. This is an attempt to help with the water reserves.
The launch of the two day work weeks is something that may be good since Venezuela is inside of a deep recession. Gas prices are rising and factories are closing. The government is trying desperately to cut down on the energy consumption says Norka Luque. Outsiders that may be looking in are elated about the thought of a short work week, but people that are in the midst of the recession are not going to be worried about their pay checks.
The government is working is looking for a way to turn things around. This has become something that is ongoing, but according to Luque the government is trying hard to end this and the shortened work week may be a good start to a problem that seems to be so out of control.
People in this area are grateful for any opportunities to work at all because there are so many people that are already out of work in Venezuela.
The natives of the land are looking for help, and they are waiting for someone to do something. Right now they are making the most of the the two day work week.