When it came to glass products, it was only in the last decade that glass became a consumer product.
In 2016, it became the first ever product category to overtake steel as the world’s most valuable.
But while the world has seen an influx of glass, many countries have remained stuck in a glass era of low productivity and low quality.
In this infographic, Glass is a Terrible Place to Work article It’s been a bad decade for glass, with some countries in the US experiencing an “economic collapse” due to an influx in imports.
Now it’s clear glass isn’t the future of the world, but instead a horrible place to work.
The following infographic shows the top 10 worst countries to work in, based on the 2016 data: The top 10 countries to stay home from for a night or weekend: USA – 6.5 per cent China – 6 per cent Japan – 6 Per cent Taiwan – 5.9 per cent Australia – 5 per cent Germany – 5 Per cent France – 5per cent Russia – 5Per cent Turkey – 4.6 per cent South Korea – 4 per cent Italy – 4per cent United Kingdom – 4 Per cent New Zealand – 4Per cent United States – 3.8 per cent The bottom 10 countries in terms of overall GDP per capita: China – 1.9Per cent India – 1 per cent Brazil – 1per cent Vietnam – 1Per cent The top 20 countries in total GDP per person per year: Australia – 2.2Per cent Russia, United Kingdom, United States, United Arab Emirates, Brazil, Indonesia, South Africa, Mexico, Chile, Mexico City, Hong Kong, Singapore, Taiwan, Japan, Turkey, Canada, France, UK, France-Canada, India, Germany, South Korea, India-India, Russia, Germany-Germany, Mexico-Mexico, South-Korea, China, Singapore-Singapore, Japan-Japan, Turkey-Turkey, Canada-Canada and China-China.