Virginia Beach makes Top 10 Hardest Working Cities in America

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VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. – Ever wondered how hard you are working in comparison to other people?

Well, Virginia Beach is ranking pretty high up there.

The city is number five on SmartAsset’s Top 10 Hardest Working Cities in America list.

The data analyzed was based on average weeks worked per year, average hours worked per week, and labor force participation for the 113 largest cities in the U.S.

According to SmartAsset, residents in Virginia Beach work an average of 1,195 hours per year.

They also cited the largest employers in the area to be Virginia Beach Public Schools, the Virginia Beach Municipal Government, and PHR Hotels and Resorts.

Also in Virginia, the number one hardest working city was Arlington.

Courtesy of SmartAsset

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