British workers can expect to spend three years longer at work and die two years younger than their French counterparts, while they pay above the Europea average for fuel, food, alcohol and cigarettes, the study by uSwitch.com said.
The consumer website used existing research from different sources to compare 17 lifestyle factor sin
France, Spain, denmark, the Netherlands, Germany, Poland, Italy, Sweden, Ireland and . Britain
It revealed that
had the highest net household income – at $16000 above the European norm – but much of this is spent on a higher cost of living. Britain
By contrast, the French retire earlier, live longer and have more paid holiday than the average across the 10 countries. While they earn less, they have some of the lowest food, alcohol, electricity and gas prices.