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Do top earners work more hours? It depends which country they live in

A big factor behind differences in working hours around the world is the availability of tech innovation and machines. Image: Tim Mossholder/Unsplash

Carmen Ang

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Graphic by Ruben Berge Mathisen uses the latest U.S. Census data to show the average working hours of Americans at different income levels. Image: Ruben Berge Mathisen

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