30 jobs in the PR and marketing world

Is your state one of the hardest working in the country? Find out, and then browse our roundup of current openings.

30 PR jobs

Americans aren’t afraid to roll up their sleeves and put in a hard day’s work.

Some might even say they work too much, because employees are wasting hundreds of millions of paid vacation days.

Which states have the hardest-working employees, though?

WalletHub’s recent report of “2018’s hardest-working states in America” ranks all 50 states, based on which ones put in the most work.

For this report, researchers collected data from the U.S. Census Bureau, the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the Annie E. Casey Foundation, the U.S. Travel Association, Gallup and the Corporation for National & Community Service. They compared “direct work factors” (80 points) and “indirect work factors” (20 points) to determine these rankings.

A few of the direct work factors included average workweek hours, employment rate and the number of workers who don’t use all their vacation time.

Average commute time and annual volunteer hours per resident were a couple of the indirect work factors analyzed.

With a total score of 68.54 and the highest average workweek hours, Alaska landed at No. 1 on the list. It was second overall in direct work factors and fourth in indirect work factors.

Here are the top five hardest-working states:

  1. Alaska
  2. North Dakota
  3. Wyoming
  4. South Dakota
  5. Nebraska

See the interactive map below for full state rankings:

Source: WalletHub

Ready to dig into a new job? Here are a few job openings in states making the top five on the list:

Not the job for you? See what else we have in our weekly professional pickings:

Communications senior specialist—Cargill (Minnesota)

Senior strategic communications manager and Infosys managing editor—Autodesk (California)

Chief marketing officer—University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (Illinois)

Social media strategist—Lynn Hazan & Associates (Illinois)

Copy editor—The Oxford Club (Maryland)

Communications manager—Rural Advancement Foundation International (North Carolina)

Reporter—Keene Sentinel (New Hampshire)

Editorial content manager—Sommet Education (United Kingdom)

Senior marketing and communications specialist—Baptist Health South Florida (Florida)

Staff writer – consumer electronics—USA TODAY NETWORK – Reviewed.com (Massachusetts)

Junior editor—Rethink (Germany)

Senior news editor—Microsoft (Canada)

Marketing coordinator—Pat Tillman Foundation (Illinois)

PR specialist—Merge (Texas)

Global director of marketing strategy, Uber Eats—Uber (California)

External communications director—Ericsson (Texas)

Senior communications analyst—Hillenbrand (Indiana)

Assistant commissioning editor—Oxford University Press (United Kingdom)

Corporate communications media relations administrator—Regions Bank (Alabama)

Content marketing manager—Manulife (Massachusetts)

Content manager, global e-commerce—SC Johnson (Wisconsin)

Executive editor, branded content—Rogers Communications (Canada)

Director of content marketing—Hello Innovation (Michigan)

Director, brand communications—HARMAN International (Connecticut)

Marketing and public relations senior director—Banner Health (Arizona)

If you have a position you’d like to see highlighted in PR Daily’s weekly jobs post, or if you’re searching for career opportunities, RaganJobs.com is the perfect place to find or post high-quality job openings.

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