Labor Day is a holiday in America that celebrates the hard work of the American worker. However, many Americans do not fully utilize their paid time off, with 55 percent of it being left unused in 2022. WalletHub has ranked the hardest working states in America based on factors such as average work-week hours and annual volunteer hours per resident. Alaska, North Dakota, and South Dakota top the list, while New York, Pennsylvania, and Delaware have the fewest average work-week hours. Surprisingly, Hawaii has the least leisure time per worker per day.