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Dunkin’ Donuts and CareerBuilder has released their annual survey on coffee, which involved 4,700 people. Its findings include…
- Nearly half of all U.S. workers (46 percent) claim that they are less productive without coffee.
- Of the workers that turn to coffee to get through their day, the majority (61 percent) drink two cups or more each workday.
- The workday coffee ritual is the strongest in the Northeast, with majority (49 percent) admitting to needing coffee while on the job.
- Younger workers, aged 18 to 24, claimed that coffee has helped their career by providing an opportunity to network with other co-workers.
- Hotel workers, attorneys and judges are most likely to take their coffee black, while editors/writers, government professionals and teachers are most likely to add flavor to their coffee.
The survey also revealed which jobs the heaviest drinkers of coffee have, which is summed up nicely (along with other results) in the graphic from iLoveCoffee.jp below. For the record, no coffee was consumed in the writing of this post, even though I’m in one of the top five coffee-drinking jobs…