With the help of the OECD.
In its 2014 ‘Employment Outlook’ the OECD lists its 34 members by the number of hours worked on average per employee in the countries in question. Here’s the chart from the results and…
…you can forget about that stereotype Mexican siesta dude with the big hat and the sarapi, as Mexico averages 2,237 hours of work from its employees per year and is the number one hardest working country.
France, Denmark, Norway, Germany and Holland? Easy life.