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Hoi! Get back to work

WHAT BLOGS COST AMERICAN BUSINESS
In 2005, Employees Will Waste 551,000 Years Reading Them
October 24, 2005
QwikFIND ID: AAR05Y
By Bradley Johnson
LOS ANGELES (AdAge.com) — Blog this: U.S. workers in 2005 will waste the equivalent of 551,000 years reading blogs.
About 35 million workers — one in four people in the labor force — visit blogs and on average spend 3.5 hours, or 9%, of the work week engaged with them, according to Advertising Ages analysis. Time spent in the office on non-work blogs this year will take up the equivalent of 2.3 million jobs. Forget lunch breaks — blog readers essentially take a daily 40-minute blog break.

Uh, I don’t know about you, but 40 minutes seems like a low estimate to me.
Very low.
*cough*

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4 Responses

  1. trench says:

    I spend about a hour a day reading blogs.

  2. vincenzo says:

    i wish i was in an office everyday reading blogs 😛

  3. Haji says:

    Hey, what if its my job to read blogs!! And I work 60 hour weekswhat would that do to the average 3.5 hours a week?
    And whats with the usage of the phrase …waste the equivalent of 551,000 years Waste?!
    Cooltrends may be dead or dying, but blogs are heart and soul of “trends” in the world. Where else would you get your real news?
    Long live latitude13.com!!!

  4. Josie says:

    Haji, if it’s your job to read weblogs all day then you have one of the coolest jobs in the world and I am in the wrong business.
    My highschool guidance counselor did me so wrong.

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