From the Sun-Times: "A new survey by Salary.com and America Online found the average U.S. worker fritters away 1.86 hours per 8-hour workday -- not including lunch and scheduled breaks."
Interesting that the survey was conducted by AOL, because also this week, AOL published a history of search queries of over 650,000 of their members. They yanked it once people cried "privacy violation," but of course it was cached online. What a fun way to discover how people are wasting their time online! And how disturbing. From CNET, excerpts from one user's searches:
"university of kentucky football
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suicide by natural gas
how to kill oneself by natural gas
suicide by overdosing
how long does carbon monoxide poisoning take to kill a person
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employment needed- louisville ky"