Working more than 40 hours a week has several averse impacts. In America, 3 of 4 members work for more than 40 hours per week. 55% of them work more than 50 hours a week even they do not like the job profile.
In 1960, 8 of 10 American children had only one working parent. But in 2012, only 3 out of 10 children have their parent stay in homes. Even though, the working parents feel that they earn low.
In the US, employees work 46 hours a week. But in Denmark and Sweedon its 31 hours of work. However, in German, Norway and the Netherlands its just 27 hours a week. Therefore, 3 of 4 Americans feel stressed at work.
Overworking causes mental and physical health problems. It leads to obesity and depression for the employees. Overall productivity will declines when compared to 40 hours a week working method.
Graphs.net is the leading resource for data visualization and creative infographics. The site aims at providing you the latest infographics on various topic from sports to environment, travel to technology and other niches. Based on the theme, infographics are classified in to different categories and the latest charts, graphs or infographics will get displayed at the top of each category.