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Americans work 25% more than Europeans

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are addicted to their jobs. US put in more hours than do almost anywhere else. A new study conducted by economists of Arizona State University, Bettina Bruggemann of McMaster University in Ontario, and Nicola Fuchs-Schundeln of Goethe University Frankfurt tries to measure precisely how much more work than do overall.

They found that the average person in Europe works 19% less than the average person in the US : That's about 258 fewer hours per year. Another way to look at it: US put in almost 25 % more hours than Europeans. Here is a look at some countries by their working hours:



Americans work 25% more than Europeans

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Americans work 25% more than Europeans

Americans are addicted to their jobs. US workers put in more hours than workers do almost anywhere else are addicted to their jobs. US put in more hours than do almost anywhere else. A new study conducted by economists of Arizona State University, Bettina Bruggemann of McMaster University in Ontario, and Nicola Fuchs-Schundeln of Goethe University Frankfurt tries to measure precisely how much more work than do overall.

They found that the average person in Europe works 19% less than the average person in the US : That's about 258 fewer hours per year. Another way to look at it: US put in almost 25 % more hours than Europeans. Here is a look at some countries by their working hours:

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Americans work 25% more than Europeans

are addicted to their jobs. US put in more hours than do almost anywhere else. A new study conducted by economists of Arizona State University, Bettina Bruggemann of McMaster University in Ontario, and Nicola Fuchs-Schundeln of Goethe University Frankfurt tries to measure precisely how much more work than do overall.

They found that the average person in Europe works 19% less than the average person in the US : That's about 258 fewer hours per year. Another way to look at it: US put in almost 25 % more hours than Europeans. Here is a look at some countries by their working hours:

Americans work 25% more than Europeans

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