Where is the country with the world's number of workers working more than 50 hours a week?
The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) publishes data on working hours around the world in 2014. This dataUtopiaMr. Jim Rose graphed so that the circumstances of each country can be understood with a single shot.
% Employees working more than 50 hours per week, 2014 OECD area | Utopia - you are standing in it!
The chart below shows the percentage of workers working more than 50 hours per week by country. The most popular is Korea, which shows that 23.1% of the workers work more than 50 hours a week. It is the second largest in South Korea, the proportion is 21.9%. East Asia 's two - tap has resulted in a tremendous amount of stupidity that is unrivaled by others. In addition, the characteristic result that there are many Europeans taking high-welfare policies such as Northern Europe, with less data among the Dutch 0.4%, Sweden 1.1%, Denmark 2.2%, Norway 3% It is getting.
The figure below is a graph of the percentage of female workers from 25 to 54 years of age who work for 40 hours or more per week. 78% of Portugal is the most popular, followed by 73% by Greek-US and 66% by Iceland. These high-ranking countries seem to be said to be women's advanced societies.
A graph showing the transition of the working hours of the production age population from Japan (Orange), the United States (Red), the UK (Blue), France (Purple) from 15 to 64 years old. Although working hours have decreased greatly in each country at the time of the Lehman shock in 2008, in recent years the working hours have been increasing in the three countries excluding France. On the other hand, the stability of French working hours in the last 30 years is spectacular.
A graph of changes in working hours in the US and France is like this. Where red is the whole American worker and purple is the whole French worker and Americans have stable working hours from 1950 to 2014 almost over 1800 hours per year, Working hours are getting shorter as you descend to the right and you can see that in the 1980s working hours were shorter than in the United States. On the other hand, looking at the production age population from 15 to 64 years old, the working hours of the Negishi French are stable at the level of 1000 hours per year, whereas the working hours of the blue Americans in recent years It is increasing trend.
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