HALF-HOUR LUNCH BREAK IS HARD TO SWALLOW

PUBLISHED: 13:31 03 February 2006 | UPDATED: 09:32 06 May 2010

TAKING a full hour for lunch is fast becoming a thing of the past, according to research just out. A study by Post-it Notes found that even where Brits are entitled to a full hour s lunch break, they actually take just a mere 19 minutes and 42 seconds to

TAKING a full hour for lunch is fast becoming a thing of the past, according to research just out.

A study by Post-it Notes found that even where Brits are entitled to a full hour's lunch break, they actually take just a mere 19 minutes and 42 seconds to rush out and grab a bite to eat.

Six months ago, research revealed that the average lunch break was just 26 minutes - which means we've slashed our 'time out' by a staggering 26 per cent in just half a year.

Seven in 10 workers already eat at their desks on a regular basis.


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