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Nearly 50% of British Workers Skip Lunch

by Savitha C Muppala on February 20, 2012 at 11:56 PM
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 Nearly 50% of British Workers Skip Lunch

A recent survey has found that nearly 50% of the British workers avoid or skip lunch.

A poll of 10,000 workers worldwide found that Britons took shorter breaks, or none at all, with only 17 percent taking a full hour, the Daily Express reported.

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Nearly half had lunch while they worked, compared to just one in 10 in Sweden and Mexico.

Charles Purdy, for the survey by Monster.com, said that advances in technology "continue to blur the line between personal time and work time".

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