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Pascal Broze, Getty Images

What Are the Laziest Countries in the World?

While the majority of this devilish planet always appears to be working hard at contributing to either the rise and fall of human civilization, a new study suggests that most of the world isn’t working on anything at all.

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chumpolo, flickr
chumpolo, flickr

Can Eating Lunch at Your Desk Actually Hurt Your Productivity?

These days, it’s not uncommon for employees to stay at their desks during their lunch hours and eat their midday meals while they continue to work. But is that really the best use of their time?

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by satinonline2, flickr

What’s the Best City for College Grads Looking for Work?

It is often a young person’s dream to move away from home to the big city once they have graduated from college.

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eralon, Flickr
eralon, Flickr

Where Do Recent College Graduates Most Want to Work?

Recent college graduates may have a rough time finding a job, but a new survey has revealed the companies where they’d most like to work — and a few may surprise you.

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Jerry Bunkers, Flickr
Jerry Bunkers, Flickr

Constantly Checking Your Work Email Could Be Harmful to Your Health

Are you addicted to checking your work email? Well, knock it off. A new study says it’s bad for your health.

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zoutedrop, Flickr
zoutedrop, Flickr

Why Do We Work 40 Hours a Week?

If you’re putting in a 60-hour workweek, you may think the people who do their regular 40 hours and go home are slackers — but the truth is, they’re probably more productive than you are.

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