Eurostat 

site.btaBulgaria among EU Countries with Longest Work Week

Bulgaria among EU Countries with Longest Work Week
Bulgaria among EU Countries with Longest Work Week
Eurostat Chart

In 2023, the actual weekly working time for people aged 20-64 in their main job in the EU was 36.1 hours on average, the European statistics agency Eurostat reported on its official website.

Eurostat reported serious differences between the length of the work week in the member countries for the year 2023. The longest work week was recorded in Greece (39.8 hours), followed by Romania (39.5), Poland (39.3) and Bulgaria (39.0).

At the other end of the scale, the Netherlands has the shortest work week (32.2 hours), followed by Austria (33.6) and Germany (34.0).

The economic activities recording the longest work week in the EU in 2023 were agriculture, forestry and fishing (41.5 ), mining and quarrying (39.1) and construction (38.9), while the shortest work weeks were recorded in activities of households as employers (26.7 hours), education (31.9) and arts, entertainment and recreation (33.0).

/MT/

news.modal.header

news.modal.text

By 11:21 on 17.06.2024 Today`s news

This website uses cookies. By accepting cookies you can enjoy a better experience while browsing pages.

Accept More information