Russians go to bed later than everybody else.
According to Jawbone, the company that makes wearable fitness bands that track sleep and activity, Russians, on average, go to bed later than anybody else in the world. Jawbone's data scientists crunched data from millions of Jawbone users in about 40 countries and found that people in Russia typically go to bed at 12:51 a.m. Russians, on average, wake up at 8:30 a.m., so they typically get seven hours of sleep. A good note for marketers and headhunter, isn’t it?
Many Russians work overtime, most of those overtime workers tend to continue working at home after office as well, much more than any other nation.