If you live in Las Cruces and feel like you work your ass off, you're right! According to a new report, Las Cruces is the seventh hardest-working city in America.

The report, released by PARADE Magazine and Total Cereal ranked cities based on the average hours worked per capita, employees willingness to work during personal time, number of dual income homes and local employment rates.

According to the report, Las Cruces scored 5 points above the rest of the country when it came to giving up personal time and 6 points more than the rest of the country in giving up weekend days. The report says 77 percent of households are dual-income.

Here's the report's top 10 hardest-working cities:

  1. Columbia, Mo.
  2. Hartford, Conn.
  3. Norfolk, Va.
  4. Bloomington, Ind.
  5. Tuscaloosa, Ala.
  6. Gainesville, Fla.
  7. Las Cruces
  8. Newark, N.J.
  9. Lansing, Mich.
  10. Bridgeport, Conn.