Putting in more hours at the office than you'd like? To the average South Korean, it's probably still a short week.
The BBC has come up with a neat visualisation of OECD data on the average number of working hours across 34 developed nations.
At 1758 hours a year – just over the OECD average – Kiwis are putting in more hours than those in the Netherlands, US, and Australia, but working longer doesn't always mean working better.
Nonetheless, the latest Regus work-balance index has found our work-life balance tops the global average even as we work harder and produce more than two years ago.
Flexible workplace provider Regus said New Zealand employees' work-life balance was 126 points, above the global average of 124.
Regus ranked Kiwi productivity at 79 percent, ahead of Australia and the US on 77 percent.