impressed by the new crownEpidemicIn 2021, the average working hours of all countries will generally decline. According to statistics from the Taiwan Ministry of Labor, (2021) by TaiwanLaborThe average annual total working hours is 2000.4 hours, the lowest since the data became available. Compared to the previous (2020) year, it has decreased by 20 hours. However, labor groups reported that working hours had decreased in the past year. Due to the fact that enterprises implemented unpaid leave under the pandemic, which is “unhealthy” the “reduction” is not the reduction in working hours and wage increase that laborers are pursuing.
The Chosun Ilbo reported that according to data from the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), the average working hours in South Korea last year was 1,916 hours, a decrease of more than 10%, but still ranked fifth among 38 countries. OECD member.
the top three areMexico(2128 hours), Costa Rica (2073 hours) and Colombia (1964 hours); The United States (1791 hours) ranked eighth, Japan (1607 hours) ranked 21st, below the OECD average of 1716 hours.
The most enviable is Germany (1349 hours), the total working hours of developed countries in Europe are relatively low, Denmark (1363 hours), Luxembourg (1382 hours), Netherlands (1417 hours), Norway (1427 hours).