See The Top 10 Hardest-Working Cities In America

The average American will work about 34 hours a week this year or 1,786 total hours.  That’s 106 more than Japan, and 248 more hours than the U.K.

By bonneville on March 2, 2020
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A yearly study ranks the hardest-working cities in America, WalletHub compared the 116 largest cities across 11 key metrics based on things like how many hours we work, and how many people have more than one job.

Topping their list once again is Anchorage, Alaska with a score of 80.07, followed by San Francisco in second place with a score of 76.87.  Sacramento didn’t do so well on the list, our city was at the bottom of the list, 96 with a score of 52.38. San Jose came in at 40 and Fremont at 34. Check out the top 10!

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The bottom five cities are Detroit, Burlington, Vermont, Buffalo, New York, Cleveland and Bridgeport, Connecticut. Check out the full list.

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