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List of top 10 Countries where employees work less hours everyday

List of top 10 Countries where employees  work less hours everyday

Following is the list of top 10 countries where employees work less hours.


Regarding India,  here employees  in every office work more than 8 hours every day.

1.
Germany -

 
Average annual hours per person: 1,330

Average working hours per week: 25.6

Average wage per hour: $35.33

2.
Netherlands

 
Average annual hours per person: 1,336

Average working hours per week: 25.7

Average wage per hour: $42.67

3.
France

 
Average annual hours per person: 1,392

Average working hours per week: 26.8

Average wage per hour: $34.26

4.
Austria

 
Average annual hours per person: 1,431

Average working hours per week: 27.5

Average wage per hour: $36.63

5.
Belgium

 
Average annual hours per person: 1,446

Average working hours per week: 27.8

Average wage per hour: $38.90

6.
Ireland

 
Average annual hours per person: 1,469

Average working hours per week: 28.3

Average wage per hour: $45.53

7.
Denmark

 
Average annual hours per person: 1,496

Average working hours per week: 28.8

Average wage per hour: $48.82

8.
Luxembourg

 
Average annual hours per person: 1,565

Average working hours per week: 30.1

Average wage per hour: $46.78

9.
Finland

 
Average annual hours per person: 1,578

Average working hours per week: 30.3

Average wage per hour: $33.63

10.
United Kingdom

 
Average annual hours per person: 1,611

Average working hours per week: 31

Average wage per hour: $31.27 


Suggested Reading -

Economic condition of 17 euro zone European countries From Greece to Germany

http://realityviews.blogspot.in/2012/06/economic-condition-of-17-euro-zone.html


Reality views by sm –

Monday, July 30, 2012

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12 comments:

Usha July 30, 2012  

25-30 hours per week is very less. Here in USA every employee has to fill 40 hours per week and if you see few software professionals, they work over 60 hours without any additional wage benefit.

sm, Thanks for sharing these statistics.

Y.B. Masdal July 30, 2012  

Highly developed countries could afford to provide such privileges to their constituents; our country should look into this,e specially in the bureaucracy. An overwork workforce would somehow inure to a deduction in efficiency and productivity.

AguiLeon July 30, 2012  

per hour: $48.82 at denmark not bad

lina@happy family July 30, 2012  

All in Europe!
In Indonesia, office work is never less than 8 hours per day.

DWei July 30, 2012  

Canada not on that list. Sigh. :(

MEcoy July 31, 2012  

here in our country to earn big you have to wrok as hard as you can