Creatives Work Longer, Experience More Job Happiness [Headlines]

Creatives Work Longer, Experience More Job Happiness [Headlines]

Study finds that despite more hours certain professionals report higher levels of subjective well-being.

Sam McNerney
  • 25 january 2012

According to research by Mars Drinks UK, the average creative professional works for eight hours 13 minutes a day, sends 28 emails, spends just over 12 minutes on social media sites, and dreads their computer crashing. The Drum

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