Wyoming is considered the nation’s third hardest-working state, according to a recent study.
Personal finance website WalletHub recently ranked all 50 states on how hard their employees work, and Wyoming came in third behind North Dakota and Alaska, respectively.
WalletHub compared the 50 states across 10 key indicators, ranging from average work week hours to the share of workers with multiple jobs to annual volunteer hours per resident.
Wyoming had the third-highest average work week hours and the lowest average leisure time spent per day (although Wyoming tied with Montana for that one).
The state also ranked 13th when it came to its share of workers with multiple jobs and 24th for annual volunteer hours per resident.
West Virginia was ranked as the least hard-working.
The average American only uses 54% of their available vacation time, according to WalletHub.