Personal internet usage high at work

Aron Schatz
February 8, 2003
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How many studies have we seen that say this? Even with the crackdown, people still use the office for personal internet use rather than home.


The survey, conducted in December, looked at the Internet use of 501 people over the age of 18 and found that people who spend 3.7 hours per week surfing the Web at work spend an average of 5.9 hours per week at home using the Internet for work-related purposes. By contrast, people who don't have Internet access at home spend spend more time at work -- 6.5 hours per week compared with 3.7 hours -- using the Internet for personal reasons.


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