Mexicans Are The Hardest Workers In The World

We’ve previously observed who is working the hardest in Europe, along with pointing out which nations have the highest rates of employment among the elderly.

A new report from the OECD (and graphed below by WaPo) shows a broader view of the total minutes of both paid and unpaid work done in nations around the world. Working about 9.9 hours each day, Mexicans work the hardest overall. If only paid hours are counted, the Japanese are the hardest workers putting in around 6.3 hours of paid labor per day. Belgians work the least at around 7.1 hours of total work per day.

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