Does Working More Hours Lead To A Healthier Economy?

“How do we increase our productivity?”

This is a question that many businesses and individuals seek the answer to. Many assume that simply working more will lead to increased productivity, but is this true?

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GetCRM has put together a study that aims to explain the relationship between hours worked and productivity. To do this, they analyzed data from the OECD’s top 35 hardest working countries in terms of hours worked per week, including:

  • United States
  • Netherlands
  • United Kingdom
  • Luxembourg
  • Mexico
  • And more.

Check out the visual they put together to learn more about the correlations between productivity and time spent working.

Hours Worked Vs Profitability

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