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Norway: Hard at work or hardly working?

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Norway: Hard at work or hardly working?
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Norwegians study longer, work fewer hours and enjoy more holiday than people in other comparable countries. As one of the world's richest countries, does this mean Norwegians are hard workers or are getting away with hardly working?

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