Singaporeans work on average, 650 more hours per year than both the U.S. and Japanese workers.
Singapore, it needs to be noted, is a very small country. The total population is 5,312,400 people in a land area of only 714.3 square kilometers. The population density is 7,257 people per square kilometer. In NYC, the population density is 10,194 people per square kilometer.
So Singapore is like one big city.
In terms of total annual hours worked, it seems 2400 is the maximum and Singapore is maxed out on that juncture.
Another factor in measuring work in a country is the percent of the population that is employed in a job.there is more