Is it healthy to work 60 hours a week?
Individuals working 11 hours or more of overtime have an increased depression risk. Injury rates increase as work hours increase. Those who work 60 hours per week have a 23 percent higher injury hazard rate. In white collar jobs, productivity declines by as much as 25 percent when workers put in 60 hours or more.
How many hours a day is 60 hours a week?
Originally Answered: What does a 60-80 hour work week look like? A 60 hour week = 5 (12) hour days.
Is working 70 hours a week too much?
Our data reveal that 62% of high-earning individuals work more than 50 hours a week, 35% work more than 60 hours a week, and 10% work more than 80 hours a week. The majority of them (56%) work 70 hours or more a week, and 9% work 100 hours or more.
Is it possible to work 80 hours a week?
Working for 80+ hours is extreme, and not recommended as an everyday practice – but, if you stick to a strict routine and block your time, it is possible. If you find that you’re able to eat enough, sleep enough and be happy despite working long hours, it’s fine for you to go for it.