The Countries With The Longest 'Average' Working Day

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TribeHR pulled data from the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development to find out which country has the longest 'average' working day. Here's the list of countries who put the most hours in a working day (both paid and non=paid).

1. Mexico - 9.9 hours on average

2. Japan– 9.0 hours

3. Portugal – 8.8 hours

=4. Canada – 8.6 hours

=4. Estonia – 8.6 hours

6. Austria – 8.5 hours

7. China – 8.4 hours

=8. New Zealand – 8.3 hours

=8. United States – 8.3 hours

=8. Slovenia – 8.3 hours

11. Sweden – 8.2 hours

=12. Turkey – 8.1 hours

=12. India – 8.1 hours

=12. Korea – 8.1 hours

=12. Ireland – 8.1 hours

=16. Australia – 8.0 hours

=16. Poland – 8.0 hours

=16. Hungary – 8.0 hours

=19. Spain – 7.9

=19. Italy – 7.9

=19. United Kingdom – 7.9

=22. Norway - 7.5 hours

=22. Finland - 7.5 hours

=22. Netherlands - 7.5 hours

=22. France - 7.5 hours

=26. South Africa - 7.4 hours

=26. Germany - 7.4 hours

=26. Denmark -7.4 hours

29. Belgium 7.1 hours

Source: icanhasinternets, tribehr, OECD

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