Study: smart people more difficult not to be distracted from work

Just harder to be multi-tasking people with a high intelligence, say the researchers from the company Steelcase. They conducted a survey of 10,000 people from 17 countries. It turned out that really smart people find it difficult to prioritize, so any distraction takes them out of the working rut.

The study suggests that more than half of people sometimes can't concentrate at work. The average employee every two minutes checks for new mail and gets distracted from work every three minutes. Most while working on the computer opened 8 or more programs. I shudder to think what happens in people with above-average intelligence. And interesting arc fact: people check their phone up to 200 times per day. About how much time it takes, scientists are not reported.

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