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The Sound of Productivity Report

New report analyses attitudes towards music listening in the workplace.

People listen to music for 36% of their working week: that’s what research carried out by Dr Anneli Haake in 2010 has shown. Based on her PhD research at the University of Sheffield, totaljobs created ‘The Sound of Productivity’, a tool meant to encourage people to discover if music could boost their productivity at work.

Totaljobs is now releasing the data on users’ age, industry and location, collected through the tool, to provide key insights into employees’ behaviour related to music at work, and how employers can improve staff well-being in the workplace.

Find out more in the report below and read Dr Haake’s article on the science behind the benefits of music in the workplace:

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