Worlds hardest Working Countries

Working hours
People work the most in Asia, Africa, the Middle East and South America, at over 2,000 hours per year. The shortest working hours and highest number of days of paid vacation are enjoyed by workers in Western Europe. In South America, the picture is mixed: in Mexico City, workers receive the lowest number of paid days off out of all the cities surveyed, with an average of six days vacation a year, while their colleagues in São Paulo and Rio Janeiro enjoy considerably more, with an annual vacation entitlement of 30 days on average

  1. Mexico Average annual hours per worker: 2,226Average annual wages: $9,885
  2. Chile Average annual wages: $15,820
  3. Korea Average annual hours per worker: 2,092Average annual wages: $35,406
  4. Estonia Average annual hours per worker: 2,021Average annual wages: $17,323
  5. Russia Average annual hours per worker: 2,002Average annual wages: $15,286
  6. Poland Average annual hours per worker: 1,893Average annual wages: $20,069
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