Check also: The coldest states and cities in the America
All that work seems to be taking its toll. More than half of American office workers say that they feel burnt out, and about half feel like they can’t get up for a break at all during the day, according to a recent report from Staples Advantage, the business-to-business arm of the Staples office supply store. About half of employees polled said that they feel they can’t get up for a break at all, and just under half eat lunch at their desk.Follow @newslexpoint
The culture of working around the clock
However, varies depending on where you live. WalletHub recently crunched the numbers to find America’s hardest-working cities. The site considered several metrics for the rankings, including the local labor force participation rate, average weekly work and commuting hours, the number of workers with multiple jobs, and average daily leisure time.
Anchorage, Alaska, took the top spot as the hardest working city in the country, followed by Virginia Beach, Virginia, and Plano, Texas.
At the other end of the spectrum, the survey found that the least-hardest working cities were Burlington, Vermont, Detroit, Michigan, and Providence, Rhode Island.
- Why Africa’s Richest Man, Aliko Dangote Interested To Buy Arsenal F.C
- Rwanda’s Capital, Kigali Is The Cleanest City In Africa
- Most Zimbabweans Trusted Mugabe. Here’s Why Many Are Now Protesting On The Streets
Please use the button below to contribute to Newslex Point, Inc. using a credit card or via PayPal.