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Columbus 21st “hardest-working” U.S. city

Columbus 21st “hardest-working” U.S. city

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COLUMBUS, Ohio – If it feels like you’re putting in a lot of hours at work, maybe you are, but it could be worse: You could be in Sacramento, Omaha or Las Vegas.

Those cities all ranked higher on a list of America’s 50 hardest-working cities, according to the consumer website Locality.com.

Columbus ranked No. 21 on the list, with the average worker turning in 60.04 hours per week, according to the analysis of the average number of hours that local businesses are open each week with an emphasis on service businesses like dry cleaners and hair salons.

The website allows consumers to compare prices, availability and reviews on over local services.

Workers in the Big Apple put in the longest work weeks at 65.91 hours, followed by Las Vegas (64.61 hours), Boston (63.49), Los Angeles (62.85) and San Jose (62.59).

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