Slideshow Top 10 hardest working cities

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  • March 05 2015, 10:04pm EST
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Today, March 6, is Employee Appreciation Day and across the U.S., employees pour their heart and souls into their jobs. But there are some employees that go above and beyond, earning their employers’ gratitude all that much more. According to WalletHub's new data evaluating labor force participation rates, average hours worked per week and number of workers with multiple jobs, the following cities are considered the hardest working American cities.

#10 Chesapeake, Va.

Average workweek hours: 39.3

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#9 Denver, Colo.

Average workweek hours: 38.9

#: 8 San Francisco, Calif.

Average workweek hours: 39.6

# 6 (tied) Garland, Texas

Average workweek hours: 39.5

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#6 (tied) Jersey City, N.J.

Average workweek hours: 39.5

#5 Irving, Texas

Average workweek hours: 40.1

#4 Cheyenne, Wyo.

Average workweek hours: 39.8

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#3 Plano, Texas

Average workweek hours: 40.6

#2 Virginia Beach, Va.

Average workweek hours: 40.1

#1 Anchorage, Alaska

Average workweek hours: 40.7