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Yes you could, your employer cannot make you work that many but you could choose to.

Q: Can you work legally for 15 hours a day six days a week?

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In the U.S., either 2,088 hours or 1,928 hours is often used as a standard work year for HR purposes. The latter figure accounts for 20 work days of annual leave. Full year (no leave) Work hours -- 2,088 Work week -- 52.2 Work days -- 261 Full year (with 4 week leave) Work hours -- 1,928 Work week -- 48.2 Work days -- 241

A psychiatrist works an average of 8 hours per day, 5 days per week.

30 hours.

It is 2 and 3 fourths hours multiply by 5 days and you can get the answer by using a calculator.

35 hours because if he worked 5 hours for 3 days, 5x3 = 15 and if he worked 20 hours the previous week, 15+20=35.

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The number of days does not matter as much as the number of hours. A person, for example, could legally work seven days a week for 4 hours a day. However, once a person hits 40 hours a week, they generally would have to be paid overtime for any additional hours.

Each day, you work 7.75 hours. You work five days a week, so multiply this by five. You work 38.75 hours per week

400 hours a week

Should work 11.5 to 12 hour days.

84 hours a week and 6 days

12-16 hours a week 7 days a week

From what my work says, they can make you work a mandatory of 48 hours a week. So yes, they can. I work six days a week. They also say you can't work more than 60 hours a week.

as many days and hours as you want

they normally work to around 8 to 10 hours a day. They work 45 hours a week. And also 6 days a week.

Probably 8 to 9 hours a day 5 days a week.

They work 24 hours (a day) full time and then 48 hours (2 days) at home

nearly one third of them work 60 hours a week or more