It’s Labor Day, which means you’re probably not reading this post at your office desk. Congratulations on that! But you know what? If you lived in Belgium, you might not even need an entire holiday celebrating your efforts as a good worker bee. The average Belgian works seven hours a day compared to our 8.3 hours — which works out to a difference of about two weeks of extra labor over the course of a year for Americans. Curious how other countries’ work hours compare to our own? Click through to find out who has the longest average working day in the world and who does the most unpaid labor.