The number of daylight hours on a summer day depends upon latitude and can vary from slightly more than 12 hours to a full 24 hours in the northern hemisphere. At any given latitude above the equator, the longest day fal... More »

The longest daylight hours are on the first day of summer ,in the Northern Hemisphere, which is June 21st. There are approximately 12 hours of daylight on the equator and 24 hours of daylight on the North Pole on that da... More »

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Duration of daylight hours varies both by geographic location and season; for example, Key Largo, Florida, one of the southernmost cities in the U.S., can get up to 13 hours and 40 minutes of daylight in June and 10 hour... More »

After the summer solstice, when days are at their longest, each day starts to become shorter by about one minute every three days. However, this process accelerates and decelerates slightly depending on the particular da... More »

According to the Organization for Economic Co-Development, the average number of actual work hours in the United States, per worker per year was 1,790 in 2012. In 2000, the average was 1,836 for the United States. More »

To convert hours into minutes, take the number of hours and multiply them by 60 to get the total number of minutes. This is possible because there are 60 minutes in one hour. More »

Duration of daylight hours varies both by geographic location and season; for example, Key Largo, Florida, one of the southernmost cities in the U.S., can get up to 13 hours and 40 minutes of daylight in June and 10 hour... More »