Tuesday, July 05, 2005

Lazy Czechs.

Like Americans or Japanese, Czechs spend a lot of time at work, almost 2,000 hours a year. The US average is 1,800 hours per year, while in France or Germany it is about 1,450 hours/year.

Patria Online chief economist David Marek says it is evident that Czechs spend more hours at work to make up for lower labour productivity.
Are they actually working, though?


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