These Are The Hardest Working Cities in the U.S.


There’s no denying that Americans work hard – maybe too hard. According to data fromWalletHub, the average worker in the U.S. puts in 1,779 hours per year – that’s 135 hours more than the average worker in Japan, 241 more than the average worker in the U.K., and 393 more hours than workers in Germany. And it seems that with many people working from home these days, those workdays have gotten even longer.

But according to a new report by WalletHub, workers in some cities take hard work to another level. According to the report, these cities have the hardest working residents:

  1. Anchorage, Alaska
  2. Cheyenne, Wyoming
  3. Virginia Beach, Virginia
  4. Washington, D.C.
  5. Irving, Texas
  6. San Francisco, California
  7. Austin, Texas
  8. Norfolk, Virginia
  9. Corpus Christi, Texas
  10. Denver, Colorado

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