Americans work hard for a rich Western nation. And it isn’t just an abstract reputation, but a data-backed fact that people who live in the US spend more time on the job than residents of France, Germany, and the UK. (The Mexican workweek, however, is a nearly a full day longer than the average American’s).
But not every US city puts its citizens through the same high-pressure grind as Manhattan. By looking at a number of factors from commute times to workweek hours and employment rates, Wallet Hub created a definitive list of the hardest working cities in the US. (Hover over the dots to zoom in to the denser regions).