Mumbai has often been called the city of dreams, the financial capital of India, a base to the Hindi film industry and now as the city that works the hardest in the world. This city is home to many industrialists, celebrities and other prominent figures of the society. Also Read - Nirmala Sitharaman Hosts Halwa Ceremony Ahead of Budget 2021 | Here's All You Need to Know
A study done by a Swiss Bank UBS has found out that Mumbaikars are clocking in the maximum number of working hours in the world at an average of 3,314 hours in a year. Mumbai is followed by Hanoi, Mexico City, New Delhi, Bogota and so on. New Delhi comes in at the 4th position with an average of 2,511 hours in a year. Also Read - AAP MLA Somnath Bharti Sentenced to Two Years in Jail For Assaulting Security Staff at AIIMS
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The Prices and Earnings 2018 reports were prepared by gathering data from 77 countries in between January and April this year. They looked at 15 different professions and worked closely with local experts.
As per the data in the report the shortest working hours are from cities like Lagos at 609.4 hours, Rome at 1581.4 hours, Paris at 1,662.6 hours, Copenhagen at 1,711.9 hours and so on.