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Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Survey finds American workers spend an average of $3000 a year on coffee and lunch at work

The recent survey found that 50 percent of the American workforce spends approximately $1000 a year on coffee, or a weekly coffee habit of more than $20. Interestingly, 66 percent of workers buy their lunch instead of packing it, costing them an average of $37 per week. New York City, which is where I hail from is considerably more expensive. 

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Mitchell H. Rubinstein

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Its an alarming survey and time to take this serious. Thanks for sharing this survey and putting our attention on it.

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