How many hours a week do you work?

sysval's profile thumbnail
70 hrs a week, senior director. Comes with the level
lita81gr's profile thumbnail
Systems engineer in aerospace in the US. On my third company doing this in different states, still 40 hour work week with the rare exception for deliverables.
kharris428's profile thumbnail
Anywhere between 40-50 hours/wk M-F (I am pretty strict about not working on weekends). I head up People Ops for a 60 person tech company. I know I could be making more $ elsewhere but really value my time outside of work.
laurensmithLLAP's profile thumbnail
40-45 hours, if I do more than 50 for more than a couple weeks it's not good for my mental health. I head up the People & Culture department for a small startup.
kuryloulyana's profile thumbnail
40-50hours. But 50 is my absolute Max because I am simply not as productive each day I work more than 8 hours. I am a software engineer ll, so basically just starting out.
Senior software developer. 35-40 hours. I donโ€™t believe in working more hours that what Iโ€™m being paid for. Been there...done that.
45 as senior product manager at a tech company. Refuse to work more but there sure is the pressure to do so ๐Ÿ™‚
Jannay's profile thumbnail
About 50-60, working for a startup. I can do more hours, but only for a few weeks at a time. Otherwise Iโ€™m fried.
Average is 60hrs. Senior manager on a trajectory to director at FAANG company.
Senior-level individual contributor (non-manager) at a mid-size tech company and about 45 on average. Definitely depends on big project deadlines but I try to be easier on myself on the weeks where work is lighter to balance the heavy weeks.
Senior director at a 30 person startup. 60-70 hours a week.
dpatel867's profile thumbnail
Iโ€™m mid to senior level and try not to go over 45 hours a week for my mental health. Some sprints are busier than others so I try to enjoy the free time when I have it.
maggiewolff's profile thumbnail
I generally work 40 hours per week. I work for a large US-based tech company, but we have a bit of a reputation for having a better work/life balance than most big names in the industry. We also have a reputation for having lower salaries (still more than I was making at a non-tech company). I value my free time and I'm living pretty comfortably, so this is worth the tradeoff.
robotgrrl's profile thumbnail
30 because I'm sad and burnt out... It's usually 70 - 90 hours.
lowcy's profile thumbnail
996 schedule : 9 am to 9pm 6 days a week ~70 hours
JenniferWBaker's profile thumbnail
Mid level manager, engineering, average 70 hours.