The Best and Worst Jobs in America

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If you’re an American, it probably won’t come of much of a surprise to find out that, as an American, you likely spend more time working than doing anything else. The average national employee spends two-thirds of his time either at work or performing work-related activities, which is more time than he spends raising his children or even sleeping.

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