Workers are spending less time checking business as well as personal email, though most still spend several hours each day sorting through their inboxes, according to recent research from CMO by Adobe.
The report was based on data from a survey conducted in July 2019 among 1,002 US adults, most of whom work in office/white collar jobs.
Respondents say they spend 209 minutes each day checking work email, on average, and 143 minutes checking personal email, on average. That is down from 256 minutes spent checking work email, and 209 minutes spent checking personal email, in 2016.
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