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Tucson ranks as 40th 'hardest working city'

A new study shows Tucson is the 40th hardest working city in the country.

It comes from data of over 50 cities, gathered by http://locality.com, analyzing the average number of hours that local businesses work each week.

According to the survey, the top hardest working cities are New York, Las Vegas, Boston,Los Angeles and San Jose. Phoenix came in at number 6.

Here is the list of the 50 top ranked "hardest working" cities:

1. NEW YORK (65.91 hours)

2. LAS VEGAS (64.61 hours)

3. BOSTON (63.49 hours)

4. LOS ANGELES (62.85 hours)

5. SAN JOSE  (62.59hours)

6. PHOENIX (62.35 hours)

7. CHICAGO (61.54 hours)

8. INDIANAPOLIS (61.47 hours)

9. MINNEAPOLIS (61.20 hours)

10. OMAHA (61.00 hours)

11. RALEIGH (61.00 hours)

12. CHARLOTTE (60.87 hours)

13. MESA (60.83 hours)

14. SAN DIEGO (60.83 hours)

15. LONG BEACH (60.72 hours)

16. ATLANTA (60.70 hours)

17. MILWAUKEE (60.66 hours)

18. HOUSTON (60.59 hours)

19. FRESNO (60.52 hours)

20. SACRAMENTO (60.29 hours)

21. COLUMBUS (60.04 hours)

22. VIRGINIA BEACH (59.77 hours)

23. MIAMI (59.62 hours)

24. KANSAS CITY (59.53 hours)

25. DENVER (59.4 hours)

26. EL PASO (59.47 hours)

27. SAN ANTONIO (59.43 hours)

28. WASHINGTON (59.21 hours)

29. DALLAS (59.20 hours)

30. BALTIMORE (59.07 hours)

31. PHILADELPHIA (59.04 hours)

32. JACKSONVILLE (59.01 hours)

33. AUSTIN (58.96 hours)

34. SEATTLE (58.91 hours)

35. COLORADO SPRINGS (58.39 hours)

36. OKLAHOMA CITY (58.34 hours)

37. MEMPHIS (58.33 hours)

38. PORTLAND (58.32 hours)

39. WICHITA (58.22 hours)

40. TUCSON (58.17 hours)

41. SAN FRANCISCO (57.79 hours)

42. NASHVILLE (57.58 hours)

43. FORT WORTH (57.58 hours)

44. ARLINGTON (57.17 hours)

45. OAKLAND (57.16 hours)

46. LOUISVILLE (56.97 hours)

47. ALBUQUERQUE (56.72 hours)

48. CLEVELAND (55.94 hours)

49. DETROIT (55.81 hours)

50. TULSA, OK (55.66 hours)

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