Is Texas a Hard-Working State?
Do people in Texas work harder than elsewhere? According to data from WalletHub, the Lone Star State scored in the top 10 in that ranking, beat out by the likes of Alaska, North and South Dakota, Wyoming and New Hampshire.
While Texas scored high in the area of “Direct Work Factors:” average workweek, employment, share of engaged workers and unused vacation time; things differed when it came to “Indirect Work Factors.” Those factors include average commute time, share of workers with multiple jobs, and annual leisure time spent per day – in which Texas placed 32nd.
If you’re not first, you’re last. If you’re in Texas, you’re 6th.
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