OK... The real estate blog Movoto.com just released a list of the hardest working cities in the U.S. It's based on factors like the number of hours people work per week, the unemployment rate, commuting time, and the fewest average hours of sleep.
Seattle ranked number one, just ahead of . . . well, a lot of cities in Texas!
The full top 10 is: Seattle . . . Arlington, Texas . . . Fort Worth, Texas . . . Austin, Texas . . . San Jose, California . . . San Francisco, California . . . Dallas, Texas . . . Virginia Beach, Virginia . . . Washington D.C. . . . and Houston, Texas.
Of the 50 cities that had enough data available to be part of the study, Memphis, Tennessee ranked last . . . as the LEAST hard-working city in the U.S.
(You can see the rankings for all 50 cities here.)