Which is the Laziest City in Germany?

Laziest City in Germany

The report has been shot down as non-sensical, but the Austrian Professor, Gerald Hörhan, holds to his findings in the report and declares “Munich is the most industrious while Gelsenkirchen is the laziest”.

The professor who used information collected from the Institute of Economics in Köln, based his report on the

  • Income
  • Gross Product
  • Unemployment rate
  • Number of days each inhabitant didn’t go to work
  • Amount of private debt
  • Number of school drop-outs

According to his new book, “Null Bock Komplott”, here’s the list from the laziest to the most industrious cities in Germany:

  1. Gelsenkirchen
  2. Herne
  3. Duisburg
  4. Halle (Saale)
  5. Berlin
  6. Hamm
  7. Oberhausen
  8. Dortmund
  9. Mönchengladbach
  10. Krefeld
  11. Wuppertal
  12. Leipzig
  13. Lübeck
  14. Rostock
  15. Essen
  16. Hagen
  17. Magdeburg
  18. Kiel
  19. Kassel
  20. Bochum
  21. Saarbrücken, Regionalverband
  22. Aachen, Städteregion
  23. Erfurt
  24. Ludwigshafen am Rhein
  25. Chemnitz
  26. Osnabrück
  27. Bielefeld
  28. Oldenburg
  29. Solingen
  30. Bremen
  31. Hannover, Region
  32. Mülheim an der Ruhr
  33. Mannheim
  34. Köln
  35. Braunschweig
  36. Freiburg im Breisgau
  37. Dresden
  38. Leverkusen
  39. Wiesbaden
  40. Nürnberg
  41. Bonn
  42. Düsseldorf
  43. Augsburg
  44. Karlsruhe
  45. Hamburg
  46. Mainz
  47. Stuttgart
  48. Frankfurt am Main
  49. Münster
  50. München

Because the list caused an uproar, the Economist shared an opinion poll on his site to allow people to choose which city they thought was the laziest. According to the opinion poll, Berlin came first as the laziest. Below the list from the poll:

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