The typical American worker put in an average of nearly 1,780 hours on the job last year, according to the World Economic Forum. That's about 390 hours per year more than Germans work, but about 360 fewer than Mexicans do. The average American also only uses 54% of their available vacation time. To compare the 50 states, WalletHub examined 10 metrics, including the average workweek, the share of workers with multiple jobs and volunteer hours spent by the typical resident. What are the hardest-working states in America?
1. North Dakota
Source: WalletHub. Georgia ranked 14th, Tennessee was 15th and Alabama was 31st among the 50 states.