With all the money we spend every day, it can feel like it’s never really going to stop, but that’s not the case.
As a result, we’re constantly spending money on things we wouldn’t normally do, like cars and clothes.
This infographic helps explain why we spend so much time commuting, and how you can avoid the same fate.
1.5 hours to get to work every day.
The average commute takes between 6 and 7 hours, according to the National Transportation Safety Board.
If you’re commuting to work by public transportation, you’re more likely to use public transportation than by car.
That’s because it’s much easier to get where you need to go by car than public transportation.
While most people think of public transportation as a way to get around the city, it actually can be more efficient than walking.
A study by the Boston Consulting Group found that in Boston, for example, residents commute about 13 minutes more than by walking, but only about 2 minutes more by public transit.
Getting to work isn’t easy.
The median commute time is 3 hours and 38 minutes, according the National Association of Railroad Passengers, while the average commute time for a driver is 6 hours and 47 minutes.
But it’s worth it to get a ride to work if you’re feeling particularly impatient.
The number of hours you can get to your job each day is estimated to be between 15 and 21 hours.
2 minutes to commute every day Source: Business Insider 2 minutes per minute per day to get from home to work.
If commuting is hard on you, there’s a good chance you’re also busy.
The amount of time you have to spend commuting is often calculated using a metric called “time on demand,” which is what’s referred to as “the ratio of hours worked per minute.”
For example, if you drive 2 minutes each hour to get home from work, your total time on demand would be 5 minutes.
If that ratio is even more generous, your commute time would be 20 minutes.
3 minutes to drive each day.
Getting from home is the most common way people get to and from work.
Driving is especially difficult for young people, who have a higher commute time than their older counterparts.
Young people, especially those in their early twenties, often have trouble meeting their daily commute requirements.
The National Transportation Research Board found that, on average, drivers aged 16 to 25 commute about 3.5 minutes longer than drivers age 18 to 25.
While it’s not always possible to estimate the amount of additional time you’ll need to get back to work, you can try to get the best commute you can by minimizing your commute by working less.
If it takes you more than a minute to get here, you probably need to make other plans to get there.
3.0 minutes to get into the office each day .
The average workday takes about 15 minutes longer each day than it does in the summer.
This can cause many employees to miss out on important meetings, which can add to the stress of commuting.
To minimize the amount you need each day, try to take a break when you get home, or take breaks at home.
You can also try to minimize your commute when you work from home, as this could allow you to spend more time in the office.
3 hours to walk each day Source (source): Business Insider 1 hour per day per week to walk to work Source: The New York Times 4 hours to drive a car to work Every day, the average American spends at least 4 hours and 40 minutes commuting to and through work.
Thats not too bad, but the amount is actually higher when you compare it to people who work full-time.
The American Council of Government Employees found that a typical person who works 40 hours per week takes an average of 8 hours and 41 minutes to walk and run to work each day — a total of 13.5 additional minutes each day compared to those who work part-time or are retired.
Getting around to work can be stressful.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics found that the average U.S. resident works a little more than 4 hours, 30 minutes per week.
But for people who are not working full-timers, the amount they need to walk is closer to 10 hours, 45 minutes per day, or about 8.5 extra minutes per weekday.