Click here to Skip to main content
15,850,214 members

Survey Results

How many hours a week do you work?   [Edit]

Survey period: 17 Mar 2003 to 23 Mar 2003

Are we all still working silly hours or have things calmed down a little?

OptionVotes% 
less than 20 hrs a week.483.76
20 - 40 hrs a week. No problem.29823.37
40 - 60 hrs a week. Busy.65551.37
60 - 80 hrs a week. Hectic.15912.47
80 - 100 hrs a week. I have no life.645.02
more than 100 hrs. I have been assimilated.514.00



 
GeneralDoes this mean actual hours working, or... Pin
anominous16-Mar-03 22:54
sussanominous16-Mar-03 22:54 
GeneralRe: Does this mean actual hours working, or... Pin
Megan Forbes17-Mar-03 2:28
Megan Forbes17-Mar-03 2:28 
GeneralRe: Does this mean actual hours working, or... Pin
converdb17-Mar-03 9:30
converdb17-Mar-03 9:30 
GeneralDefinition of a *working* week Pin
Nick Van den Abbeele16-Mar-03 22:39
Nick Van den Abbeele16-Mar-03 22:39 
GeneralRe: Definition of a *working* week Pin
Anonymous17-Mar-03 0:21
Anonymous17-Mar-03 0:21 
GeneralRe: Definition of a *working* week Pin
Marc Clifton17-Mar-03 2:19
mvaMarc Clifton17-Mar-03 2:19 
GeneralRe: Definition of a *working* week Pin
converdb17-Mar-03 9:55
converdb17-Mar-03 9:55 
GeneralRe: Definition of a *working* week Pin
Anders Molin17-Mar-03 13:17
professionalAnders Molin17-Mar-03 13:17 
conversion::magro wrote:
I'm not complainning about it, when I get sick I have one of the best medical attention in Europe, and people without money can get a new lung for free. Also people old than 65 doesn't pay for medicines. And also, people without father or mother or both, like me and many others, can study and so on, cause they get an economical compensation from the state until they are 18.

That sounds a lot like here, in Denmark, execpt we pay a lot more in tax.

- Anders

Money talks, but all mine ever says is "Goodbye!"
GeneralRe: Definition of a *working* week Pin
converdb17-Mar-03 23:25
converdb17-Mar-03 23:25 
GeneralRe: Definition of a *working* week Pin
Davide Zaccanti17-Mar-03 20:41
Davide Zaccanti17-Mar-03 20:41 
GeneralRe: Definition of a *working* week Pin
converdb17-Mar-03 23:18
converdb17-Mar-03 23:18 
GeneralRe: Definition of a *working* week Pin
Anonymous18-Mar-03 16:47
Anonymous18-Mar-03 16:47 
GeneralRe: Definition of a *working* week Pin
Anthony_Yio19-Mar-03 17:16
Anthony_Yio19-Mar-03 17:16 
GeneralRe: Definition of a *working* week Pin
jhwurmbach20-Mar-03 2:57
jhwurmbach20-Mar-03 2:57 
GeneralRe: Definition of a *working* week Pin
converdb20-Mar-03 9:44
converdb20-Mar-03 9:44 
GeneralRe: Definition of a *working* week Pin
Bela Czinege20-Mar-03 8:29
Bela Czinege20-Mar-03 8:29 
GeneralRe: Definition of a *working* week Pin
converdb20-Mar-03 9:48
converdb20-Mar-03 9:48 
GeneralRe: Definition of a *working* week Pin
jhwurmbach20-Mar-03 23:37
jhwurmbach20-Mar-03 23:37 
GeneralRe: Definition of a *working* week Pin
Anonymous21-Mar-03 3:39
Anonymous21-Mar-03 3:39 
GeneralRe: Definition of a *working* week Pin
xeal18-Mar-03 22:05
xeal18-Mar-03 22:05 
GeneralRe: Definition of a *working* week Pin
Anthony_Yio19-Mar-03 17:09
Anthony_Yio19-Mar-03 17:09 
GeneralRe: Definition of a *working* week Pin
converdb20-Mar-03 9:39
converdb20-Mar-03 9:39 
GeneralRe: Definition of a *working* week Pin
xeal25-Mar-03 16:38
xeal25-Mar-03 16:38 

General General    News News    Suggestion Suggestion    Question Question    Bug Bug    Answer Answer    Joke Joke    Praise Praise    Rant Rant    Admin Admin   

Use Ctrl+Left/Right to switch messages, Ctrl+Up/Down to switch threads, Ctrl+Shift+Left/Right to switch pages.