2020’s Hardest-Working Cities in America
from Wallet Hub, February 24, 2020
Many Americans view hard work as the path to achieving the American Dream. We work so hard, in fact, that we put in more hours at our jobs than several other industrialized countries. The average U.S. worker puts in 1,786 hours per year – 106 hours more than the average in Japan, 248 more than the U.K. and 403 more than Germany.
But some U.S. cities represent the strong work ethic that helped to build the world’s biggest economy better than others. In order to determine which cities outwork the rest of America, WalletHub compared the 116 largest cities across 11 key metrics. Their data set ranges from employment rate to average weekly work hours to share of workers with multiple jobs….
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Hardest-Working Cities in the U.S.
- 18 -- Overall Rank
- 70.30 -- Total Score
- 27 -- ‘Direct Work Factors’
- 24 -- ‘Indirect Work Factors’