Recession in America - impact on working time of employees

The impact of the recession in the U.S. on the working time of the currently employed residents in 2010 by income

by Statista Research Department, last edited Jun 30, 2010
Recession in America - impact on working time of employees This graph shows, the impact of the recession in America on the working time of employees by annual income of the household. In 2010, 31 percent of the respondents, in a household with an income above 75.000 U.S. dollars, had to spend more time at work during the recession.
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The impact of the recession in the U.S. on the working time of the currently employed residents in 2010 by income

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Percentage of respondents
$75K+31%
$50K-$74K33%
$30K-$49K40%
LT $30K34%
All employed33%
Percentage of respondents
$75K+31%
$50K-$74K33%
$30K-$49K40%
LT $30K34%
All employed33%
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by Statista Research Department, last edited Jun 30, 2010
This graph shows, the impact of the recession in America on the working time of employees by annual income of the household. In 2010, 31 percent of the respondents, in a household with an income above 75.000 U.S. dollars, had to spend more time at work during the recession.
Show more
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