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These 10 Cities are the Hardest-Working Spots in America

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Americans pride themselves in being hardworking people. We work hard, we play hard. But which American cities stand a cut above the rest in rolling up their sleeves and getting the job done?

The finance website Wallethub calculated the work ethic of American cities by looking at a bunch of data, including employment rate, length of the average workweek, unused vacation days, and how many people work multiple jobs.

Wallethub rated cities on a 100-point scale, and the highest-ranking city (which you’ll see at the bottom) scored a 79.

Explore this interactive map and see the 116 cities ranked in order by clicking this link to see how your city sizes up.

10. Sioux Falls, South Dakota

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9. Cheyenne, Wyoming

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8. Austin, Texas

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7. Aurora, Colorado

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6. Denver, Colorado

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5. Plano, Texas

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4. Virginia Beach, Virginia

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3. Irving, Texas

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2. San Francisco, California

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1. Anchorage, Alaska

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Did any of these findings surprise you?