Poles employed in the private sector work on average 39 hours a week, while those in the public sector work two hours less, according to a new report.
The figures, for the final quarter of 2015, come from a Central Statistical Office (GUS) report entitled “Economic activity of the Polish population.”
It found that women worked 36.5 hours while men worked 40.2 hours a week on average.
The longest working week was in the construction sector (41.6 hours) and in the transport sector (41.4 hours).
The shortest working week was in education (34.5 hours), and in cultural activities, entertainment and recreation (35 hours).
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