The average worker spends 13 hours a week, or about 28% of their workweek, doing email, according to a new report from McKinsey Global Institute. "In the 90s, people actually looked
forward to opening their email," Dmitri Leonov, VP of email management app SaneBox, told The Huffington Post. In response to
this news, the blog put together a list of ways to avoid spending too much time on email such as not prioritizing email and realizing that not all emails are created equally.
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