Ranking These countries have the worst work-life balance

15 hours a day at leisure – many people can only dream of this average value for full-time employees in the OECD. In the negative front runners of this ranking, there is about three hours less free time every day and every third employed person works at least 50 hours a week.

In its “Better Life Index”, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development examines, among other things, how different the work-life balance is around the world. For this purpose, the daily working hours of working people in the 37 member states and the three central partner countries Brazil, Russia and South Africa were compared. The hours that a full-time employee remains for sleeping, eating, hobbies, family and friends are counted as free time.

These countries have the worst work-life balance

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