Scotland and East of England 'most overworked'

‘Burnout Britain’

Adam Saville
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Scotland and East of England 'most overworked'

Analysis of ONS data investigates which UK regions work the most hours

Employees in Scotland and the East of England both work - on average - 2,007.2 hours per year, equating to 287 working days (38.6 hours a week), analysis by thinkmoney.co.uk has found. The study, which takes in Office for National Statistics (ONS) data, also found that workers in Wales do the least amount of hours in the UK (1,939.6 hours a year), amounting to 10 days less than Scotland and the East of England. For paid overtime, Northern Ireland is most busy, with the average employee working...

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