America’s Top Ten Hardest Working Cities

Have you ever wondered where in the country work the hardest? Central to that question is what exactly defines hard work. Anyone who has worked for long enough will know that everyone has a different personal definition as to what exactly hard work is. Well Forbes recently came out with a list of what they consider to be the hardest working cities in America. among the factors that they considered, were average hours worked per week, the regional unemployment rate, average commute time, average number of workers per residence, volunteer hours, and cost of living. So here is the list:

1. Seattle, WA
2. Arlington, TX
3. Fort Worth, TX
4. Austin, TX
5. San Jose, CA
6. San Francisco, CA
7. Dallas, TX
8. Virginia Beach, VA
9. Washington, D.C.
10. Houston, TX

Seattle takes the top spot again.

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