Do Computer Pros Work Less Than Others?

 
 
By EricChabrow  |  Posted 2007-05-01 Email Print this article Print
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Hard to believe, but IT workers log fewer hours on the job than most other professionals, government data reveals.

Among eight broad professional occupations tracked by the government, only one category—consisting of educators, trainers and librarians—average fewer hours at work each week. The occupation category comprising computer and mathematical professionals (math occupations such as actuaries, operational research analysis and statisticians make up less than 5 percent of the category) who usually work full time averaged 42 hours, 24 minutes on the job each week in 2006, according to a survey of American households conducted by the U.S. Bureau of Census for the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Thats 1 hour, 42 minutes less than all professional occupations combined, but 1 hour, 6 minutes more each week than education/training/library.

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