According to the OECD, the country with the shortest working week is the Netherlands, with a reported 29.5 weekly working hours. Broken down by day, that translates to a four-day workweek with just 7.37-hour days. Denmark follows with 32.5 working hours a week, and then Norway, with 33.6. Switzerland averages 34.6 hours and is followed by Austria, Belgium, and Italy, which all clock in at 35.5 hours a week.

Surprisingly, the U.S. falls in the middle of the pack, with 38.7 average usual weekly hours, slightly below the 40-hour standard. The OECD country with the longest workweek is Colombia, with an average of 47.6 working hours each week, followed by Turkey at 45.6 and Mexico at 44.7 average weekly hours.