Career & Work

If Congress Wasn't Congress, Who Would Its Members Be?

While the 113th Congress wraps up its 147 days in session this year, the average employed American is working 34.4 hours a week. By number, tenure, race, gender, and income, holding a job as a member of Congress may differ from the experience of employed Americans as a whole—but it also closely resembles a surprising array of occupations.

Gambrell is a contributing graphics editor for Bloomberg Businessweek.

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