A new report from the National Bureau of Economic Research has found that Americans work less than three hours a day.
That’s right, less than one hour a day!
According to the report, the average American works just under 40 hours a week, and that’s only part of the story.
According to the research, there are many factors that impact work-life balance:Work hours are linked to the number of hours a person works in a given week.
For example, women who work 40 hours per week work on average 50 more hours a year than men who work the same amount of time.
People who work fewer hours tend to work more hours per year, which can be especially important for people who have a higher rate of health issues.
Workers who work less are more likely to be overworked, and have lower incomes, which means they’re more likely than those who work more to be out of work or unemployed.
The report also found that the average weekly earnings of people who work a minimum of 40 hours are only $3,000 less than those of people working less than 40 hours.
So what’s the deal?
According to a recent survey from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the U.S. has the highest joblessness rate in the world.
The median wage is $7.80 an hour, which is only slightly above the $6.80 average wage in the United Kingdom.
That means that people who are not working 40 hours each week have the lowest income, while those who are working 40 to 50 hours per month are the most financially secure.
The U.K. has a higher minimum wage than the U, but that’s because they have a universal minimum wage that applies to all workers, regardless of whether they are paid by a company or not.
The U.k. also has higher education levels than the United States, and they’re a relatively younger, more educated nation.
It is also easier to find a job in the U.’s highly competitive job market, which makes it easier for people to find work.
In a recent Gallup poll, 56 percent of Americans believe the U