Slackers: Poll reveals which generation worked least during Holidays

If you didn’t feel very productive during holiday office hours, you’re not the only one. As CNN Money reported, less than 25 percent of millennials said they would be “very productive,” the week of Christmas and New Year’s.

It’s not just millennials, however. Few Gen Xers answered they would be “very productive” as well. Even when it comes to Baby Boomers, whom CNN referred to as “bail[ing] them out,” less than half, at 45 percent, said they would be “very productive.”

The productivity doesn’t necessarily reflect the percentages of those on the job. Fifty-nine percent of workers were on the job at least part of that time frame. And, despite the holidays, it was also a busy time for companies as 2016 approached.

Despite the busyness of some, 28 percent of works were out the entire week, with most of them able to do so because their offices were closed.

Men and those from the Northeast may be able to brag, as those were the ones still most likely to check in while being off.

For those who may have slacked in productivity, the holidays were here and hopefully bosses were understanding. But 2016 has arrived, and it’s time to get back to work for a new work week.

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