Wednesday, March 11, 2009
NEW YORK (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) Despite a shaky economy and
rising unemployment rates, Americans continue to slack off at
American Workers Play Games On The Job
According to a survey by Candystand.com, a free online gaming
destination, 52 percent of people admit they play more online
games than ever at work, despite the pressing threat of job loss.
Other gaming on the job stats include...
64 percent of folks play online games at least once a day
at work, while 35 percent play multiple times a day.
32 percent turn to gaming at work for its entertainment
value, while 18 percent find it a source of stress relief in the
midst of an uncertain economy.
46 percent of employees have been caught by their boss
while playing an online game, and a shocking 58 percent have
caught their boss red-handed.
At 18 percent, teachers are the ones who make up the
biggest group of online gamers, followed by retail, sales, and
Finally, 65 percent of gamers dont feel obligated
to let their boss win in an online gaming showdown.
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