Which EU countries have the longest working weeks?

At 42.3 hours, Greece has the longest working week, while the Netherlands has the shortest at 30.3 hours.

The average working week was 37.1 hours in 2016, but goes up to 40.3 hours when only full-time work is considered.

When only full-time employees were taken into account, those in the United Kingdom spent the most time at work (42.3 hours), followed by Cyprus (41.1 hours), Austria (41.4 hours) and Greece (41.2 hours).

Denmark (37.8 hours), Italy (38.8 hours), the Netherlands and France (39 hours) have the shortest full-time working weeks. Read more here→http://www.euronews.com/