A new study says men work longer hours than women.
But researchers with the Federal Bureau of Labor Statistics say those numbers account for women who work part-time.
The study shows men worked fifty-five minutes more than women on a normal work day in 2012 for a total of eight and a half hours for men to just fewer than eight for women.
For both men and women who work part-time, the study found women worked longer hours than their counterparts.
The study also found both men and women with just a high school diploma worked the longest days while those with a bachelors degree the shortest.
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