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Fenrisulven 8 year s ago
Just be aware that number of working hours do not always equals to productivity. Quality is more important than quantity. Looking at gross domestic product (GDP) is better I think.
       
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Cancamuso 8 year s ago
#21 And what the frock is that flag there?
       
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yhamster 8 year s ago
Working or "working"?
       

Denmark – 38.3 average hours per week

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