The 'Working World' Infograph Looks at Countries Economic Conditions

By: Jennifer Gosnell - Published: Jun 5, 2012 • References: psfk & column5.columnfivemedia.netdna-cdn
If you've ever wondered how your country measures up to the world's leading economic powerhouses, the 'Working World' infograph is the perfect opportunity to find out. The graph measures big questions like population, inflation, GDP, income per capita, tax rates, aging population indicators, workweek hours, vacation days, retirement ages and concludes with some hilarious and accurate "awards."

What this infograph ultimately finds is that the US is guilty of being the "biggest workaholics," France and Brazil the "top vacationers," Japan the "shortest retirement," and finally Japan and the United Kingdom the "most taxed." Depending on your priorities, be them vacation days, retirement or shorter weekdays, the graph is important in determining where the right work situation is for you. Stats for Workaholic Measurement Graphs Trending: Older & Average
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