Reebok and Censuswide polled approximately 9,000 people in nine countries, including the United States, Germany, France, and Mexico, to determine how people spend their days. To begin, they discovered that the typical individual had around 25,915 days to spend throughout their lifetime. From there, they divided that number by 52 weeks and assumed one week lasts seven days, which gives us an average of 14 days per year. This means that people on average spend about 810 hours over their lifetime.

However, some people may spend more or less than this. Some common factors that may affect how many days are left in **your life** include **your age**, gender, religion, ethnicity, location, lifestyle factors like smoking and drinking, and medical conditions like cancer and heart disease. For example, if you were 70 years old and lived in Mexico, it would take you nearly 20 years until you reached how many days remaining in your life. However, if you were the same age and lived in **the United States**, it would only take you **about 10 years** to reach this number of days.

People usually start thinking about spending their last days on Earth when they are older than 50 years old. By the time you reach this age, you have spent around 30% of your life already. After 100 years of age, you have spent half of your life time awake!

The number of days left in your life depends on your age.

Over their lifetime, the average person will work 90,000 hours. However, the number of hours per year is based on a full-time job for **52 weeks** of the year. There are eight hours in each hour of the day, so if you divide 90,000 by 8 it gives us **11,250 hours** per year.

There are 4.5 days in a week and 10 hours in **each day**. So, the average person will spend 10 x 4.5 = **46.5 hours** per week, or 234 hours per month or 48600 hours per year.

The number of hours per year is calculated by dividing 90,000 by 12 which yields 8000 hours per year.

The number of hours per week is calculated by dividing 90,000 by 52 which yields 17500 hours per week.

The number of hours per month is calculated by dividing 90,000 by 12 which yields **13500 hours** per month.

The number of hours per year is calculated by dividing 90,000 by 52 which yields **24750 hours** per year.

Over 80% of the population lives on less than $10 USD each day. To put this into context, the average American spends roughly $7 USD per day on entertainment and more than twice that on transportation. More money facts: The world's billionaires (fewer than 500 persons) account for around 7% of global GDP. They own more than 50% of the available stock market capitalization and nearly 70% of the gold supply. Their combined wealth is equivalent to about 45% of global GDP.

The rest of us live beyond our means. We take out loans to buy cars and houses we can't afford, charge **expensive credit cards** with high interest rates, and then struggle to pay off **those debts** every month. The average person makes about $50,000 a year, but because of inflation that doesn't go as far today as it used to. In fact, according to the Bureau of Labor and Statistics, today's average worker needs to earn approximately $75,000 a year to meet **their financial obligations**.

In conclusion, the average person makes about $50,000 a year.