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Sep 11, 2018
7:54PM

Indians work hardest, happy with 5-day workweek: Study

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A study conducted in the United States reveals that India leads the way as the hardest working country. 

Sixty-nine per cent of full-time employees in India, according to the study, are happy with 5-day workweek.

Mexico was the second-highest at 43 per cent of workers, followed by the US at 27 per cent. The study found workers in the United Kingdom, France and Australia were least content with the standard five-day workweek.

For this study, the survey was carried out amongst 2, 700 full and part-time employees living in Australia, Canada, France, Germany, India, Mexico, the UK and the US.

The study also found that in the matter of overtime, US leads the way with  49 per cent clocking more than 40 hours each week. 

This was followed by India (44 per cent), Mexico (40 per cent) and Germany (38 per cent).
 

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