Smartphones Breed Workaholics, Study Says [Infographic]
by Leslie Meredith, TechNewsDaily Senior Writer
July 09 2012 04:52 PM ET
CREDIT: Shutterstock: Yuri Arcurs
Most working people put in an average of seven hours of so-called overtime a week — and that's after they've left the office. What's more, that extra time is consumed by answering calls and emails.
While 60 percent claim they stay plugged into the office to stay organized, 40 percent say they have no choice, according to an online poll of 1,000 working adults in the U.S. The study was done for Good Technology, an enterprise management firm, who also found that half of the tech-tied respondents do most of their e-overtime in bed.
Now if only you could get paid for those extra 30 hours a month.