2017's Hardest-Working Cities, See Where Nashville Ranks

The American Dream is all about working hard and striving to accomplish your biggest dreams, putting in strenuous hours and effort into all jobs. 

In a recent study from WalletHub, Americans work so hard that we put in more hours at our jobs than several other industrialized countries such as Germany, Japan and the UK. 

But some U.S. cities have stronger work ethics than others. In Wallethub's analysis they compared 116 of the largest cities across 6 metrics from "labor-force participation rate," "average weekly work hours" to "share of workers with multiple jobs."

While Nashville didn't make the top 10, top 20 or even top 30, we came in at a whopping 34 rank. 

 

In case you're looking to move anytime soon from our beautiful city of Nashville, TN (we sincerely hope you don't) these were the Top 10 cities:

Anchorage, AK

Plano, TX

Cheyenne, WY

Virginia Beach, VA

Irving, TX

Scottsdale, AZ

San Francisco, CA

Corpus Christi, TX

Washington, DC

Sioux Falls, SD

See more on the results at WalletHub here!

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