Texas dominates list of 2022's hardest-working citiesTexas dominates list of 2022's hardest-working citieshttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=271582022-02-23T06:00:00Z2022-02-23T18:00:00Z

​​WASHINGTON – Four Texas cities have landed on WalletHub's list of the top ten hardest-working cities in the U.S. 

To compile the list, WalletHub ranked 116 o​f the biggest cities based on direct work factors (workweek hours, employment rate, and households with no working adults, ​plus others) and indirect work factors (commute time, share of workers with multiple jobs, volunteer hours, and leisure time). 

No. 5 Irving was the highest-ranked city in Texas. It was third in direct work factors and 55th in indirect work factors.

Other Texas cities on the list are: 

  • No. 8 Austin (fourth in direct factors, 74th in indirect factors); 

  • No. 9 Plano (seventh in direct factors, 45th in indirect factors); and 

  • No. 10 Dallas (ninth in direct factors, 43rd in indirect factors).

The top four cities on the list are Anchorage, Alaska; Washington D.C.; ​Virginia Beach, Va.; and San Francisco. 

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​​​​​Source: WalletHub
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