A new study ranked the 116 biggest cities in the country from the hardest working to the laziest. The study is based on things like average hours of work per week, commute times, the percentage of people with multiple jobs, and people's leisure time.
Here are the 10 hardest working cities . . .San Francisco . . . Fremont, California . . . Jersey City, New Jersey . . . D.C. . . . New York City . . . Oakland, California . . . Boston . . . Aurora, Colorado . . . Newark, New Jersey . . . and Chicago.
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And here are the 10 cities where people work the least hard . . .Columbia, South Carolina . . . Charleston, West Virginia . . . Cheyenne, Wyoming . . . Fresno, California . . . Lubbock, Texas . . . Bakersfield, California . . . Buffalo, New York . . . Reno, Nevada . . . Fargo, North Dakota . . . and Toledo, Ohio. (WalletHub)