You Put in 31 Extra Days of Unpaid Work This Year

If you're looking back on 2017 and wondering where the year went, here's your answer: You spent it working. For free.

According to a new survey, the average person starts working 17 minutes before their official start time . . . takes 29 fewer minutes for a lunch break than they're allowed . . . and stays 16 minutes after their official end time.

When you add it up, that's 62 minutes of extra work a day . . . which adds up to about 31 unpaid days of work for the year. Have a great day! (Daily Mail)

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