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Data Retrieval: American Time Use Survey (ATUS)
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Table 4. Employed persons working and time spent working on days worked by full- and part-time status and sex, jobholding status, educational attainment, and day of week, annual averages
[Numbers in thousands]

Characteristic Total Employed Employed persons who worked on an average day Employed persons who worked on an average weekday Employed persons who worked on an average Saturday, Sunday, and holiday
Number Percent of employed Average hours of work Number(1) Percent of employed Average hours of work Number(2) Percent of employed Average hours of work
Full- and part-time status and sex

Total, 15 years and over(3)

Full-time workers

Part-time workers

Men(3)

Full-time workers

Part-time workers

Women(3)

Full-time workers

Part-time workers

Jobholding status

Single jobholders

Multiple jobholders

Educational attainment, 25 years and over

Less than a high school diploma

High school graduates, no college

Some college or associate degree

Bachelor's degree and higher

Bachelor's degree only

Advanced degree

Footnotes:
(1) Number was derived by multiplying the "Total employed" by the percent of employed persons who worked on an average weekday.
(2) Number was derived by multiplying the "Total employed" by the percent of employed persons who worked on an average Saturday, Sunday, and holiday.
(3) Includes workers whose hours vary.

NOTE: Includes work at main and other job(s), and excludes travel related to work. Unless otherwise specified, data refer to persons 15 years and over.

 

Last Modified Date: June 27, 2017