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Poll: 19.4% US Workers Can't Access Facebook at Workplace

by Rukmani Krishna on September 27, 2013 at 11:54 PM
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 Poll: 19.4% US Workers Can't Access Facebook at Workplace

A poll has found that nearly 19.4 pc US workers are unable to access their Facebook accounts in their office.

The survey also revealed that nearly 10 percent said that they are unable to access webmail sites like Google Mail and Yahoo in their workplace, the New York Daily News reported.

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Statista Workplace Survey collected the data from 1,021 full- and part-time employees across the US.

Twitter and YouTube were also frequently blocked by companies on their networks to keep their workers focused.

About 11 percent said that they can't get on Pinterest at work.

Source: ANI
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