Latinos came out first in several statistics. Can you guess which ones?

The ways of working have changed in recent years, technology allows us to work remotely, new generations show that strict working hours are not always synonymous with production and that the best thing is to work happily! And I'm not saying it, the labor data of various institutions say so.

Countries With Highest Stress

Illustration of countries with the highest stress including Mexico and China.

Mexico: 75%

China: 73%

Recently, the World Health Organization conducted a study in which it found that Mexican workers suffer from the greatest job stress in the world. Too bad this competition doesn't exist in the Olympics, it could have been a gold medal for the region.

More Stress, Less Productivity

As the phrase goes: if you love your job, you won't have to work a single day of your life. The more hours people work, in a job that is not to their liking, the more stress they cause and therefore lower productivity.

The Most Working Countries (Annual Hours)

Illustration of sad employees in Mexico and Costa Rica.

Mexico: 2,246

Costa Rica: 2,230

According to labor data from the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, work is the mere bulk of Latinos. Yes, Latinos again, we would add one more medal.

Least Working Countries (Annual Hours)

Illustration of happy employees in Germany and Holland.

Germany: 1,371

Netherlands: 1,419

This is almost half of what is worked in Mexico and Costa Rica! Something curious is that although they work less, the productivity and organization of both European countries is much better than that of the Latin countries.

MIllennials vs Baby Boomers (USA)

Illustration of a millennia and a baby boomer at work.

Age In 2015

MIllennials: 18-34

Baby Boomers: 51-69

Population

Millennials: 75.4 Million

Baby Boomers: 74.9 Million

Today, millennials are transforming the workplace. Tired of working in corporations with long hours, this generation prefers to innovate and create new solutions to be able to work on their own.

The Future of Work

Illustration of freelancers with job data.

Freelancers: 40%

Illustration of office employees with work data.

Office Clerks: 30%

According to the Huffington Post, by 2020, more people will prefer to be hired independently than to work as a clerk in an office.

More Flexibility, Higher Income

Businesses register 50% more revenue when employees choose their way of working, happy employees work longer. In addition, according to labor data, 70% of people feel healthier and happier outside of a traditional office and up to 92% of respondents feel better working in coworking communities.

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