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One In Ten Workers Have Over 10,000 Emails In Inbox

Software company Varonis has published a study that finds 1 in 10 workers have over 10,000 emails in their inbox at any given time. The report has also found that almost a quarter of workers receive between 100 and 1,000 new emails per day and that 40% spend at least half an hour a day (120 hours or 3 full weeks per year) dealing with email overload. Full inboxes lead to productivity decreases in other ways as well, with 43% taking "virtual coffee breaks" at news and other websites to escape the overwhelming email volume.

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