The question is: If Americans wanted to retain compensation and employment gains between 1987 and 2009, how long would the average American be required to work each week? Answer: 16 Hours.
I was a little reticent to publish this one at first, since it does rather smack of classical Libertarianism (i.e., in the sense of being concerned with "free" time, ergo "liberty").
But then I thought, "What the Hell?" It's only a thought. If I give the reader access to all the underlying data they could do whatever they wanted with it and make their own decisons.
Would you spend more time at Church? The average employed American only seems to spend about 45 minutes per week on religious activities. Imagine how many more God points you could rack up if you had another 23 to play with?...