Sunday’s no fun day for nation worried about work

A
quarter of Britons are letting concerns about work ruin Sunday – the day
supposedly dedicated to resting.

An
ICM poll of over a thousand workers found that less than one in four employees
associated Sunday with having fun.

Instead
they are worried about work or the week ahead in the office. Almost half of all
18 to 24-year-olds surveyed said they were too tired at the end of the week to
relax.

The
research concluded that applying a work ethic to the traditional day of rest
deprives the nation of an average of 112 million hours every week.

The
Scots are the least likely to take a trip at the weekend, according to the
survey.

Michael Millar 

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