Study: Surfing the Web at work makes you significantly more productive

Visiting websites like, oh,, has a more restorative effective on workers than checking personal email, according to a new study.

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According to the study “Impact of Cyberloafing on Psychological Engagement,” by researchers at the National University of Singapore, surfing the Web refreshes tired workers and enhances their productivity. It’s more refreshing than making personal calls, texting, emailing, or just working through the exhaustion.

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