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Insurance Industry News from ProgramBusiness.comCoffee or Web?
An interesting survey was conducted by Harris Interactive of 500 adult workers.
Half of the American worker respondents say they'd rather do without their morning coffee than give up recreational Web surfing at work. And three of every five adult workers surveyed admit to spending at least some time on nonwork-related sites during the workday. The remainder apparently have no Internet access or suffer from selective memory.
Of employees who visit nonwork sites, 83 percent are looking at maps, 80 percent at news and 76 percent at weather, according to the seventh annual Web@Work survey, commissioned by Websense, a Web-filtering and security company.
The average time spent on the Internet among those workers is 13 hours per week, with three of those hours devoted to personal surfing. That's nearly one quarter of the time they spend on the Web at work.
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