Article written by Angela Hydes, Marketing and Content Contributor. Follow us at @TALGroup.
According to the U.S. Census, the average commute time in the US is 25.4 minutes – and that’s only one way. Similarly, the average commute in Canada is 25 minutes even. Factoring in this being a two way trip (unless you sleep at the office?), this would mean North Americans are spending approximately an hour in commute each day.
If you have the commute blues, the statistics below might brighten your day a bit. Business Insider put together a list of the top 10 cities in America with the ultimate worst traffic jams. Is your city on this list? If so, you may want to consider relocating somewhere else.
Those living in Los Angeles… I seriously don’t know how you do it.
If you’re Canadian and wondering where your commute stacks up, check out the infographic below. Those travelling to work in Toronto (32.4 minute commute), Oshawa (31.8 minutes), and Montreal and Vancouver (30 minutes) are facing the highest travel times.
Source: Business Insider
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