Coffee Drinkers More Successful in Office Than Tea-Drinkers, Claims Study

by Kathy Jones on  September 29, 2014 at 11:15 PM Lifestyle News
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People who drink coffee are more fun and successful at their work than the people who drink tea, says a new study.
 Coffee Drinkers More Successful in Office Than Tea-Drinkers, Claims Study
Coffee Drinkers More Successful in Office Than Tea-Drinkers, Claims Study

Researchers found that coffee drinkers earn on an average over 28,000-a-year pounds and are more fun in the workplace, as well as they tend to be in a "middle management" position, the Daily Express reported.

Whereas, the average tea drinker earns 26,000 pounds, and they fiercely believe themselves to be the life and soul of the party outside of working hours.

Katrina Webb, for Nestle who commissioned the study to tie-in with International Coffee Day, said tea-drinkers admitted to being more hot-headed than their laid-back, coffee rivals.

However they don't know whether it's the coffee that's helping them to set their sights high, or whether they've adapted to drink coffee since they have started to gain some success, she further added.

The study also showed that coffee drinkers are less likely to drive to work than tea-sippers, and less likely to be late for work.

Source: ANI

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