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- How many km are in a million?
- How many hours is 1km?
- Is a 20 minute drive to work long?
- Is 40 minutes too far to commute?
- Is a 30 minute commute bad?
- Why is long commute bad?
- Is a 90 minute commute too long?
- Should I take a job with a long commute?
- Is 26 miles too far to commute?
- Is 23 miles too far to commute?
- How far should you live from work?
- What does it mean km?
- What can KM stand for?
- Whats km mean in text?
- What does K & M mean?

However, there are metric measurements of length/distance greater than a kilometre that can be expressed in terms of kilometres. A megameter = 1 million metres (or 10,000Km) A gigametre = 1 billion metres (or 1,000,000Km)

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1 Hours = | 5 Kilometers | 2 Hours = |
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5 Hours = | 25 Kilometers | 6 Hours = |

7 Hours = | 35 Kilometers | 8 Hours = |

9 Hours = | 45 Kilometers | 10 Hours = |

11 Hours = | 55 Kilometers | 12 Hours = |

A study by the University of West England found that adding 20 minutes to your daily commute has the same negative effect on job satisfaction as receiving a 19 percent pay cut. In fact, every extra minute commuting lowered satisfaction with their job and leisure time.

It all depends. Lots of people drive a lot longer than that to get to work. If it’s a good job with decent pay and prospects, it’s probably worth it. If it’s a fairly OK job but the 40 minutes’ drive consists largely of sitting in heavy traffic just to travel a few miles, then it’s not so clear-cut.

We all kind of know this fact. Once you get more than 30 minutes away from your job, no matter how you actually come into work, it starts to feel like a chore. Probably one out of one hundred people can actually take a longer commute and live with it. …

Why long commute to work is bad for you Among individuals working more than 40 hours a week, commuting more than a half-hour each way to work on a typical day was associated with a 25% higher risk of having an inactive lifestyle and a 16% higher risk of sleep problems, the study found.

The U.S. Census Bureau defines extreme commuters as workers who travel 90 minutes or more each way to work. That’s 1 in 36 workers with extreme commutes today. Such an arrangement clearly isn’t for everyone. But for 2.8% of all commuters, extreme commuting is simply business as usual.

The prospective company is important to consider, not only for the standing job offer but for potential future career opportunities. A longer commute now might be worth it for the experience you will gain or the doors it will open.

Yeah a 26 mile 40 minute commute isn’t bad. My current commute is 15 miles and about 35 minutes. Before I moved, the commute was 26 miles and an hour to an hour and a half.

It depends entirely on the person. It is important to note that 23 miles can take anywhere from 20 minutes to 2 hours or more to drive. Time is far more important to judging a commute. In one job, if I drove directly, it would only have been 20 miles, but it would have taken an hour or more each way.

Thirty minutes at most, according to the wisdom of the crowds. That comes from reams of data and piles of research that suggests commute times tend to cluster around this point. People tend to be good at weighing their options, economists think.

more A Metric measure of distance. Equal to 1,000 meters. The abbreviation is km.

The kilometre (SI symbol: km; /ˈkɪləmiːtər/ or /kɪˈlɒmɪtər/), spelt kilometer in American English, is a unit of length in the metric system, equal to one thousand metres (kilo- being the SI prefix for 1000). A slang term for the kilometre in the US and UK militaries is klick.

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