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Which country works the longest hours?


Clocking in long hours in the cubicle? What you consider long hours could feel like an easy week for workers in South Korea. In a recent study, the OECD compared the average number of working hours across 34 developed nations.

The figures come from the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), sometimes referred to as the rich countries’ club, which gathers them from its 34 members. A global comparison of working hours is impossible because of the lack of comparable data.

Full story at BBC.

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  • levarberry

    It should be noted that Americans have way more part-time workers and the norm for a white collar american is 2080 (40hrs/week)

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