A new report examines which U.S. cities host residents with the best work ethics.
In honor of Employee Appreciation Day on March 4, Wallethub ranked 116 U.S. cities based on factors such as number of workers with multiple jobs, average weekly work hours and commute time. Each city was given a total score out of 100.
Who works the hardest?
The study found that Anchorage, Alaska, is the hardest-working city in America. Anchorage’s score of 88.42 ranked eight points higher than the second hardest-working city, Virginia Beach, Virginia.
Burlington, Vermont, was ranked the laziest, or least hard working, coming in with a score of 18.66.
Here are the top 10 hardest working U.S. cities, according to Wallethub:
1. Anchorage, Alaska
2. Virginia Beach, Virginia
3. Plano, Texas
4. Sioux Falls, South Dakota
5. Irving, Texas
6. Scottsdale, Arizona
7. San Francisco, California
8. Cheyenne, Wyoming
9. Washington, D.C.
10. Charlotte, North Carolina
Read more and see the full list here.