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Swedes Face EU's Longest Time in Work, Italians the Least

Swedes Face EU's Longest Time in Work, Italians the Least

Publicerat av Tony Harkén tisdag, 26 november 2019.

It’s harder up north. Swedish 15-year-olds face the longest time in the workforce in the European Union, an average of 41.9 years, according to Eurostat, followed closely by the Dutch.

Italians get by with a working life that’s about 10 years shorter and both extremes are surpassed by nearby countries that don’t belong to the bloc: Iceland’s teenagers can look forward to working more than 46 years, while in Turkey the figure is about 29 years.

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