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Percent of employed people who worked by day of week

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Percent of employed people who worked by day of week, 2022 annual averages
Status Percent who worked, weekday Percent who worked, weekend day


81.3% 29.4%

Full-time workers

87.4% 28.7%

Part-time workers

57.3% 31.9%

Single jobholders

80.3% 26.9%

Multiple jobholders

90.4% 54.0%

Less than a high school diploma

85.7% (1)-%

High school graduates, no college

83.9% 29.8%

Some college or associate degree

83.4% 27.8%

Bachelor's degree or higher

86.2% 27.1%

(1) Estimate is suppressed because it does not meet the American Time Use Survey publication standards.

Note: Data for educational attainment refer to persons 25 years and over.