What the rest of the island have long suspected of Dubliners: they have the cushiest jobs in the country. They are:
…putting in just over 34 hours a week, or six hours 52 minutes a day the lowest in Ireland, according to a new survey. This is almost one-and-a-half hours less than those living in Munster, and Connacht and Ulster, who are clocking up almost 36 hours a week, or seven hours 10 minutes a day, at work. Leinster residents outside Dublin work, on average, seven hours, four minutes a day, or 35 hours 18 minutes a week.
Jan Battles reckons this may owe as much to the time spent in traffic jams on the way into the office as anything else.
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