Where in the world do workers toil the most each year? The United States is high on the list, but a few other countries work even harder.
In 2002, Hungary considered shortening the official work week to 38 hours, with even the country's prime minister on board.
But the proposal never became law, and about 71% of employed Hungarians still work 39 to 41 hours a week.
Like in other Central European countries, the share of part-time work is very low. Only about 5% of Hungarian workers average fewer than 30 hours a week.