Excluding weekends or public holidays as non-working days, 2014 has 251 work days. Excluding weekends as non-working days but including public holidays, 2014 has 261 work days. Assuming 8-hour days, that is equivalent to 2,088 hours of work per year.
The United States has 10 federal holidays a year, almost one per month. The holidays are New Year's day on January 1, Martin Luther King's Birthday on the third Monday of January and Washington's Birthday on the third Monday of February. These holidays also include Memorial Day on the last Monday in May, Independence Day on July 4, Labor Day on the first Monday in September, Columbus Day on the second Monday in October. Other public holidays are Veterans day in November 11, Thanksgiving Day on the fourth Thursday in November and Christmas Day on December 25.Learn More
Each year has 365 days or 52 weeks plus one day, and each week has two weekend days, which means there are approximately 104 weekend days each year. Factors that affect this number are leap years, the day on which the year changes and the "plus one" day.Full Answer >
February is the only month in the year to have 28 days. There are seven months that have 31 days and four months that have 30 days.Full Answer >
In any given year, there are 260 or 261 days in the year excluding weekends. This varies due to the fact that leap years have an extra day.Full Answer >
The first day of spring occurs on March 20 in the Northern Hemisphere, 79 days after the first day of the year. During leap years, when the month of February has 29 days instead of 28, the first day of spring falls on the 80th day of the year.Full Answer >