A new survey finds sipping coffee can boost one's profile with their boss.
According to the survey conducted by a coffee company called Bahati Coffee, seven out of 10 bosses revealed they not only trusted coffee drinkers more than non-coffee drinkers but that enjoying a cuppa together helped build rapport.
The survey found 62 per cent of bosses said coffee drinkers were not only more visible to them but were more likely to come to mind when it came to getting a promotion. Coffee may help fight depression. A joint study from the National Institutes of Health and the AARP discovered that people who drink four or more cups of coffee a day were 10 percent less likely to be depressed than someone who didn't drink coffee at all. Therefore, researchers suggest coffee's "mood-lifting effect might be traced to its antioxidants".
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