A little creative math there using the averages (50%@ 40 hours, 22% @ 20 hours, 10% @ 60 hours - there’s 18% missing there for some reason) and you would come to the conclusion that in fact the average is around 37 hours! Overall there are big variations in the different quoted posts which makes it strange to put them all together in one post. It’s even stranger to only pick some of them to highlight them when there is such a variance in the data. I do appreciate that the links to the sources are there and that one can spend ages reading all of the sources but you then find that each of these has 3-6 sources of their own to then check and so on! Stats are there to be factual or as factual as possible and to clear up doubts. These stats presented like this make it extremely murky to say the least. Anyone writing (apparently you writers only write for 8 hours per week btw) an article like this would be better showing all of the data from each source together so it can be compared. eg. Clockify says x, y and z are at 20, 30 and 40% whereas Inc. says x, y and z are at 10, 20 and 30% so the reader can then decide which source is more credible. That’s how stats are supposed to be used! (Unless of course you have a point you want to make for whoever commissioned you) Statistics is the art of proving that you’re never wrong.