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I assume you've already found averages at Current Employment Statistics, FactFinder, or the American Time-Use Survey. I don't see any percentiles there. I don't know of any ready-made tables from BLS or Census that include percentiles for hours worked, so unfortunately you will probably need to create your own tabulation using microdata from CPS PUMS or ...


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The R Code below worked. Might be a bit cumbersome but it did the trick: library(tidyverse) # reading files in con <- gzcon(url(paste("ftp://ftp.fu-berlin.de/pub/misc/movies/database/frozendata/", "biographies.list.gz", sep=""))) txt <- readLines(con) biographies <- read.csv(textConnection(txt), quote = "", skip = 1, header = ...


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Many years later... (to anyone of interest), found this by chance, gyro, accelerometer vs long, lat for a study to predcit is the former one are more accuracte by using RNNs https://databank.illinois.edu/datasets/IDB-5975383


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